The trio who started all three tests against the British and Irish Lions have been left out of the starting lineup are being rested on advice from medical staff.The side will still have seven All Blacks in its starting lineup including Israel Dagg and Keiran read – Sam Whitelock is on the bench.RNZI reports Ryan Crotty is still out of action with a hamstring injury he suffered in the first Lions test, but should be back for the quarterfinal next weekend.A win tomorrow night would assure the Crusaders finish top of the table and get home advantage through the playoffs.Crusaders: Israel Dagg, Seta Tamanivalu, Jack Goodhue, David Havili, George Bridge, Richie Mo’unga, Bryn Hall, Kieran Read, Matt Todd (captain), Jordan Taufua, Scott Barrett, Luke Romano, Michael Alaalatoa, Ben Funnell, Wyatt Crockett. Reserves: Andrew Makalio, Tim Perry, Oliver Jager, Sam Whitelock, Jed Brown, Mitchell Drummond, Mitchell Hunt, Sean Wainui.
HTML Box Score Illinois State 10/15/2016 – 7 PM Armstrong took Drake’s lone shot attempt in the overtime periods as her shot went high at the 96:37 mark in the first overtime. In the second half, freshman Annie Schmitz (St. Louis, Mo.) blasted the first two attempts as one went high and the other went wide. Later sophomore Linda Fiorito (Overland Park, Kan.) and junior Kasey Hurt (Ankeny, Iowa) each took shots as Fiorito’s went wide and Hurt’s was saved by UNI goalie, Maddie Lesjak. Junior Rachel Wanninger (Johnston, Iowa) had the final shot in regulation with just five seconds remaining as it went high. CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – The Drake University women’s soccer team batted the UNI Panthers to a scoreless draw, 0-0, on Tuesday, Oct. 11 night in Missouri Valley Conference play. Drake is now 9-3-2 overall and 0-2-1 in MVC play. UNI is 7-5-3 and 1-1-2 in MVC action.”We were very good tonigh and dominated possession and controlled much of the game,” said head coach Lindsey Horner. “There were moments when we had UNI on their heels and created dangerous opportunities to win the game, but we didn’t capitalize. Defensively we were solid and they never really tested our goalkeeper. This was a great performance demonstrating growth in many areas we trained this month, less the ever important goal. This feels a bit like we missed out on 2 points but UNI is undefeated at home and it’s always great to earn a shutout on the road and grab a point.” The Bulldogs were the aggressive team early in the game as senior Kayla Armstrong (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) and junior Brooke Salisbury (Kearney, Mo.) fired back-to-back shots wide just over 11 minutes into the first half. Salisbury fired Drake’s final shot attempt of the half wide as well. Preview Full Schedule Roster PDF Box Score Next Game: Story Links Live Stats Senior goalie Brooke Dennis (Wauconda, Ill.) finished with one save. Drake outshot UNI, 10-3, including two shots on goal to one for the Panthers. Armstrong, Salisbury and Schmitz each finished with two shots. Drake returns home Saturday night to host Illinois State with first kick scheduled for 7 p.m. Print Friendly Version