MIAA women's soccer gears up for league play as many teams play - KOAM TV 7

MIAA women's soccer gears up for league play as many teams play their final out of league contests.


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#24 Central Missouri spends week two at home

Record: 0-1-1
Sept. 12: #24 UCM vs. Mary 7 p.m.  Sept. 14: #24 UCM vs. Minot State 1p.m.
#24 Central Missouri has yet to score on the season but have only allowed threegoals to a team ranked in the nation's top five. They will play two on theirhome field before MIAA play begins. The UCM defense allowed just nine shots ongoal while getting 12 shots on frame themselves. Offensively Kayla Hammer andCarley Stanley each posted three shots on goal in the opening week. MeganHartzler started all 210 minutes in goal earning one shutout and making sixsaves while recording a 1.29 goals against average.

Central Oklahoma looks to bounce back with two at home
Record: 1-2-0
Sept. 12: UCO vs. Dallas Baptist 4 p.m.  Sept. 15: UCO vs. Texas Woman's 1p.m.
Central Oklahoma scored nine goals through the first three games of the seasonbut look to bounce back from a two game losing streak. Nine different Bronchosscored a goal on the week, but Kate Foran, Sarah Purcell and Nicole Voss eachadded an assist. Brandi Bartley played 249 minutes in goal on the week allowingfive goals with 11 saves and racking up a 1.80 goals against average. 

Emporia State heads to Colorado
Record: 1-2-0
Sept. 13: ESU at Regis 3:30 p.m.  Sept. 15: ESU at Metro State 12 p.m.
Emporia State will finish their final week before league play begins with atrip to Colorado. Tommi Bouknight and Hannah Carlson each scored unassistedgoals for the Hornets in their opening three games. Yadira Rivera played 180minutes in goal for ESU allowing just two goals while making seven saves andracking up a 1.00 goals against average and picking up her first shutout of theseason.

Fort Hays State cross the border in week two
Record 2-1-0
Sept. 13: FHSU at UC-Colorado Springs 12 p.m.  Sept. 15: FHSU atCSU-Pueblo
Fort Hays State rides a two game winning streak as they cross the border intoColorado to gear up for MIAA play. Jordan Hester and Sabrina Van Horn eachnetted two goals during the Tigers opening week of play. Hannah Jurgens leadsthe way with three assists and Hailey Davey has a goal and an assist on theseason. Between the pipes Nicole Barnaba has allowed just two goals in 180minutes for a 1.00 goals against average while Kelsey Grey has a shutout in heronly start of the season.

Lindenwood travels up north
Record: 2-1-0
Sept. 13: LWU at Southwest Minnesota St. 3 p.m.  Sept. 15: LWU at SiouxFalls
Lindenwood will travel up north before beginning MIAA play on Sept. 20 againstNWMSU. MIAA Offensive Athlete of the Week Danielle Torry scored three goals andadded an assist in the opening week. Kat Roe had two goals and an assists whileTaylor Wade added two goals for the Lions. In goal Bailey Tracy allowed justthree goals, pulling in a 1.00 goals against average.

Missouri Southern heads south
Record: 0-2-0
Sept. 13: MSSU at Southern Nazarene 7 p.m.   Sept. 15: MSSU at EastCentral 1 p.m.
Missouri Southern will go to Oklahoma ahead of MIAA play beginning next week asthey look to bounce back from two season opening losses. Katelyn Roberson andDana Wilhelm each scored an unassisted goal during the Lions opening week. AbbyRisner and Beth Hammons each played 90 minutes in goal and each allowed threegoals while making 11 total saves.

Missouri Western remains outside league play
Record: 1-2-0
Sept. 13: MWSU vs. Wayne State 4 p.m.   Sept. 17: MWSU at Truman 3p.m.
Missouri Western will face Wayne State before traveling to former MIAA foeTruman as the head into week two. Tara Russell is leading the way for theGriffons with three goals in the opening week. Bailey Dervin and Katie Kempfeach have an assist and Ashley Juravich scored a goal to get things started. Ingoal Sarah Lyle has played all 270 minutes allowing seven goals and making 21saves.

Nebraska-Kearney heads for Oklahoma
Record: 1-1-0
Sept. 13: UNK at NW Oklahoma State 5 p.m.  Sept. 15: UNK at SW OklahomaState 1 p.m.
Nebraska-Kearney will make a trip to Oklahoma before beginning MIAA play inweek three. Samantha and McKinzie Rieber each scored a goal through the firsttwo games. Meaghan Pasbrig, Kristi Rehler and Delani Phillips each had assistsfor the Lopers. Katelin Mielke has allowed just two goals over 186 minutesbetween the pipes.

Northeastern State on the road for week two
Record: 3-0-0
Sept. 13: NSU at McMurray
Northeastern State takes a three game winning streak on the road in week numbertwo. Jennifer Clark leads the way with three goals and two assists. LindseyLatta has a goal and two assists and Mikayla Carlson had two assists. MIAAGoalie of the Week Jordan Woodruff has a 0.33 goals against average. 

Northwest Missouri on the road to Minnesota
Record: 1-1-0     Sept. 13: NWMSU at St. Cloud St. 7 p.m.
Sept. 15: NWMSU at Winona State 12 p.m.
Northwest Missouri looks to bounce back as they head to Minnesota. Eightdifferent Bearcats have goals and Anna Calgaard has a goal and two assists andAlyssa Stiens has two assists. In goal Kelsey Adams has a 1.50 goals againstaverage allowing just three goals in 180 minutes.

Southwest Baptist faces Minot State at home
Record: 2-1-0
Sept. 12: SBU vs. Minot State 4 p.m. 
Southwest Baptist will face Minot State at home before beginning MIAA play.Ashley Creason, Kate Jamison, Karla Jamison and Amanda White all have goals onthe season. Elin Hammer has the lone assist for the Bearcats. In goal Paige Hemphillhas a shutout and a 0.67 goals against average.

Washburn preps for homestand
Record: 1-2-0    Sept. 13: WU vs. Augustana 6 p.m.
Sept. 15: WU vs. Colorado Christian 12 p.m.
Washburn will play two at home as they prepare for the MIAA season. OliviaStovall has one goal and two assists on the year. Five other Ichabods havefound the back of the net this season. In goal Tori Fuglister has a 1.00 goalsagainst average. 

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