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League play is set to get underway as MIAA women's soccer turns the corner into week three.


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#17 Central Missouri opens league slate at home
Record: 2-1-1
Sept. 19: #17 UCM vs. FHSU 7 p.m.    Sept. 21: #17 UCM vs. UNK 5p.m.
#17 Central Missouri opens their 2012 MIAA title defense with two straight ontheir home field. Hannah Moran is leading the way for the Jennies with threegoals while Becky Lackey has two goals and two assists. Nicole Pond has twoassists and Kayla Hamner and Hannah Pyle each have one goal. Between the pipesMorgan Hartzler has a shutout and a 1.20 goals against average with ten saves.

Central Oklahoma looks to bounce back with two at home
Record: 2-3-0
Sept. 20: UCO at MSSU 6 p.m.    Sept. 22: UCO at SouthwesternOklahoma State 1 p.m.
Central Oklahoma will open their league slate on the road as they travel toMissouri Southern. Kate Foran and Sarah Purcell both lead the squad with twogoals and an assist. Emily Hahn, Quinn Tookey and Nicole Voss have a goal andan assist each. In the net Brandi Bartley has a 1.86 goals against average andEmily Thorbrugh has a shutout as both keepers have picked up a win this season.

Emporia State opens with Turnpike Tussle
Record: 2-3-0
Sept. 20: ESU vs. WU 7 p.m.   Sept. 25: ESU vs. Newman 7 p.m.
Emporia State opens league play with the Turnpike Tussle after picking up theirfirst ever win over a ranked opponent last week. Tommi Bouknight has two goalswhile Jordan Foutch and Hannah Carlson each have one goal. Mallory Walden hasthe teams lone assist on the season. In goal Yadira Rivera is 2-2 with oneshutout and a 0.95 goals against average making 23 total saves on the year.

Fort Hays State opens league slate on the road
Record: 2-3-0  Sept. 19: FHSU at #17 UCM 7 p.m.
Sept. 21: FHSU at SBU 10 a.m.   Sept. 24: FHSU vs. Bethany 7 p.m.
Fort Hays State will start MIAA play on the road with trips to #17 UCM and SBU.Sabrina Van Horn has two goals and one assist while Jordan Hester has scoredtwo times. Kyle Loneker leads the team with three total assists. In goal NicoleBarnaba has a 1.13 goals against average while Kelsey Grey has a 1.70 goalsagainst average and has made four stops with one shutout.

Lindenwood opens MIAA campaign on the road
Record: 3-2-0
Sept. 20: LWU at NWMSU 4 p.m.    Sept. 22: LWU at MWSU 12 p.m.
Lindenwood opens league play on the road at NWMSU and MWSU before returninghome to play two straight league contests. Kat Roe and Danielle Torry lead theway with three goals and one assist each. MIAA Offensive Athlete of the WeekBailey Cody has three goals on the season while Davah Bruce leads the team witha goal and four assists. Bailey Tracy has two shutouts and 20 saves to go alongwith a 1.00 goals against average.

Missouri Southern ready for homestand
Record: 1-3-0
Sept. 20: MSSU vs. UCO 6 p.m.    Sept. 22: MSSU vs. NSU 1 p.m.
Missouri Southern will face two straight home matches to begin their 2013 MIAAcampaign. Offensively Katelyn Roberson has two goals and one assist and TiffanyLaughlin and Dana Wilhelm have each scored goals. Karley Thomas leads the waywith three total assists. Abby Risner and Beth Hammons have combined for a 1.75goals against average one shutout and 19 total saves.

Missouri Western remains hits the road before homestand
Record: 2-3-0    Sept. 20: MWSU at #13 (NAIA) Graceland 5 p.m.
Sept. 22: MWSU vs. LWU 12 p.m.   Sept. 24: MWSU vs. NWMSU(non-league) 7 p.m.
Missouri Western will open league play against Lindenwood before facing NorthwestMissouri in a non-league match-up. Offensively Tara Russell has three goals andone assists and Ashley Juravich has two goals scored. Bailey Dervin and KatieKempf each have an assist on the year. In goal Sarah Lyle has a 2.22 goalsagainst average with two shutouts and 25 saves made.

Nebraska-Kearney takes off on roadtrip
Record: 2-2-0    Sept. 19: UNK at SBU 4 p.m.
Sept. 21: UNK at #17 UCM    Sept. 25: UNK vs. Hastings 7 p.m.
Nebraska-Kearney will hit the road for Southwest Baptist and #17 CentralMissouri to begin league play. Montana Hosterman and Delanie Phillips have beenthe teams top offensive threats with a goal and an assist each. In goal for theLopers Katelin Mielke has a 0.84 goals against average with one shutout on theyear. 

Northeastern State heading into league play
Record: 4-0-0  Sept. 19: NSU at Nortwestern Oklahoma St. 7 p.m.
Sept. 22: NSU at MSSU 1 p.m.
Northeastern State will look to remain unbeaten as they head into league play.They are led by Jennifer Clark who has three goals and two assists and ElizbethCudjoe with a goal and two assists. MIAA Goalie of the Week Jordan Woodruff hastwo shutouts and a 0.48 goals against average.

Northwest Missouri looks to snap losing streak
Record: 1-3-0     Sept. 20: NWMSU vs. LWU 4 p.m.
Sept. 24: NWMSU at MWSU (non-league) 4 p.m.
Northwest Missouri will be looking to snap a three game losing streak headinginto league play. The Bearcats are paced by Anna Calgaard who two goals and twoassists. Alyssa Stiens and Katelyn Lindsey each have two assists on the year.In goal Kelsey Adams has a 1.66 goals against average and 19 saves. 

Southwest Baptist faces start to MIAA slate at home
Record: 2-1-1   Sept. 19: SBU vs. UNK 4 p.m.
Sept. 21: SBU vs. FHSU 10 a.m.   Sept. 24: SBU at #12 William Jewell5 p.m.
Southwest Baptist opens the 2013 MIAA campaign at home. Kate Jamison has a goaland an assist while Karla Jamison has two goals on the year. In between thepipes Paige Hemphill has a 0.71 goals against average with one shutout and 22saves on the season.

Washburn readies for Turnpike Tussle
Record: 2-3-0   Sept. 20: WU at ESU 7 p.m.
Sept. 22: WU vs. Newman 2 p.m.
Washburn will begin MIAA play in Emporia for the Turnpike Tussle. For theIchabods Devon Schmitz has two goals and one assist. Kate Combs has two goalsand Olivia Stovall has a goal and two assists. In goal Tori Fuglister has a0.77 goals against average.

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