Getting good preseason competition was important, as well, Power said. The team travelled to Montreal in August to face three university teams in preparation.
“I think it’s been four years since we’ve played Acadia and won, since I’ve been on the team, so it was really nice to get that win leading into playoffs,” she told CBC’s St. John’s Morning Show.
Jessie Noseworthy, a fourth-year nursing student, wrapped up the season with a total of 14 goals and nine assists in 12 games, leading MUN to a second place finish behind Cape Breton University.
After a successful year on the pitch, a star forward on #Memorial University’s Seahawks women’s #soccer team has finished the regular season as the top scorer in Atlantic Canada.
Jessie Noseworthy and coach Mike Power were in studio with the St. John’s Morning Show Tuesday to discuss the team’s successful season. (Lukas Wall/CBC)