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ELLENSBURG, Wash. – The Central Washington College soccer workforce hosts the Western New Mexico Mustangs of their first dwelling sport of the 2022 season.
Western New Mexico involves Ellensburg with a 1-0 document, beating Adams State College by a rating of 34-20 on Sept. 3. Devin Larson, the Mustangs main passer in 2021, threw for 271 yards, 4 touchdowns and one interception within the win in opposition to Adams State.
The 2022 season would be the second season with Philip Vigil because the WNMU Head Coach. Vigil joined the Mustangs in Might 2021 from Stephen F. Austin, the place he was the Working Backs Coach and the Recruiting Coordinator.
In 2021, CWU thrashed WNMU 54-29 in Silver Metropolis, New Mexico on Nov. 6, 2021.
Quincy Glasper had an exceptional day throwing the ball. He amassed 452 yards on 55 makes an attempt for 5 touchdowns. On the bottom, Tyler Flanagan rushed for 106 yards and one landing on eight makes an attempt, a median of 13.3 yards per carry. Darius Morrison led all Wildcat receivers with 117 yards on 5 receptions.
Jahleel Breland led the protection with eight whole tackles. Patrick Rogers logged seven tackles and Daeon Hudson and Tanner Volk logged six every.
CWU enters the matchup with WNMU with an 0-1 document. The Wildcats traveled to Massive Rapids, Mich. to face off in opposition to the #1 Ferris State Bulldogs, the reigning NCAA Division II Nationwide Champions, on Sept. 1. They misplaced by a rating of 20-36.
In opposition to a potent Ferris State offense, the CWU protection battled laborious. They pressured one fumble and sacked Mylik Mitchell, the Ferris State quarterback, 4 instances.
Daeon Hudson had a giant night time, recording 11 solo tackles (14 whole), two sacks and a fumble restoration. Tanner Volk recorded 12 whole tackles and Jahleel Breland logged 10 whole tackles. Bridger Feldmann and Chase Loidhamer every had one sack.
Darius Morrison led CWU receivers with 71 yards and one landing. On the bottom, new switch Tre’Jon Henderson rushed for 67 yards on 13 makes an attempt, averaging 5.2 yards per rush.
“I like our potential as a workforce. If we keep engaged and invested, we now have some massive issues forward of us,” CWU Head Coach Chris Fisk stated after the loss to Ferris St. “We’ll make our largest enchancment from sport one to sport two.”
Saturday, Sept. 10
Vs. Western New Mexico