Northern State Soccer Nabs Four On All-NSIC Teams

Four Wolves have been named to the NSIC All-Conference soccer team’s for the 2015 season. Anna Bondy and Allie Macdonald headline the list with All-NSIC Second Team honors, while Sydney Shintaffer and Brittany Tietz earned All-NSIC Honorable Mention.

The women helped lead NSU to an improved record from 2014 and a tenth place finish in the league, nearly making the conference tournament. The Wolves ended the year 8-9-1 overall and 6-8-1 in conference action.

Anna Bondy started all 18 games for the Wolves this season, leading the team with 62 shots, 34 shots on goal, then goals, and four assists. She recorded a total of 24 points this season, and a career high two hat tricks. Anna also averaged 3.44 shots per game. The junior tallied her best season yet for the Wolves with career highs in goals, goals per game, assists, and total points.

Allie Macdonald started all 18 games for the Wolves, and was second on the team with 45 shots, 24 shots on goal, six goals, and 18 points. She also notched a team leading six assists, the highest of her career, and three game winning goals. This is Allie’s second All-NSIC honor of her career.

Brittany Tietz started in 13 games for the Wolves, appearing in 15 this season. She logged 1,374 minutes in the net and recorded 106 saves. The senior recorded three shut-outs and tallied six wins with a .802 save percentage. In late October, Tietz broke the career save record with 311 total in three seasons.

Sydney Shintaffer started all 18 games for the Wolves as a member of the back line. Shintaffer recorded 18 shots and ten shots on goal. She led the NSU defense with two goals, one assists, and five points. The sophomore also notched her first game winning goal as a Wolf against Spring Hill in the season opener.