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Week four heats up league play for most teams in MIAA women's soccer.


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#14 Central Missouri hits the road
Record: 4-1-1, 2-0-0 MIAA  
Sept. 27: #14 UCM at WU 6 p.m.    Sept. 29: #14 UCM at ESU 2p.m.
#14 Central Missouri will hit the road for the Kansas Turnpike as they take onWashburn and Emporia State. The Jennies are led by MIAA Offensive Athlete ofthe Week Hannah Moran who has six goals on the year. Becky Lackey has two goalsand two assists and Nicole Pond has contributed three assists. Between thepipes for UCM Morgan Hartzler has a 0.88 goals against average with 17 savesand two shutouts.

Central Oklahoma looking for first league win
Record: 3-3-1, 0-0-1 MIAA
Sept. 29: UCO at LWU 1 p.m.    Oct. 1: UCO at Midwestern State
Central Oklahoma will hit the road in week four as they continue their MIAAslate before facing off with Midwestern State. Leading the attack for theBronchos is Kate Foran and Sarah Purcell who each have two goals and oneassists. Emily Hahn has one goals and two assists while both Quinn Tookey andNicole Voss have a goal and an assist. Brandi Bartley has a 1.47 goals againstaverage with one shutout and 22 saves in goal.

Emporia State rides two match winning streak back into league play
Record: 4-3-0, 1-0-0 MIAA 
Sept. 27: ESU vs. SBU 7 p.m.    Sept. 29: ESU vs. #14 UCM 2 p.m.
Emporia State will open up a four game in-league homestand with two this weekendas they face Southwest Baptist and #14 Central Missouri. The Hornets are 1-0when facing teams in the top 25 this season. The Hornets are led on the attackby Tommi Bouknight who has three goals and McKenzie Koch who has two goals onthe year. Jordan Foutch has one goal and a single assist on the season as well.In goal Yadira Rivera has three shutouts and has posted a 0.64 goals againstaverage while making 34 saves.

Fort Hays State looks to pick up home win
Record: 3-5-0, 0-2-0    Sept. 29: FHSU vs. MSSU 7 p.m.
Sept. 29: FHSU at Newman 2 p.m.
Fort Hays State will play Missouri Southern at home and Newman on the road inweek four. On the attack for the Tigers Hailey Davey and Sabrina Van Horn eachhave two goals and one assist. Jordan Hester and Dani Harris each have twogoals and Hannah Jurgens has four assists. Nicole Barnaba has a 1.24 goalsagainst average with 21 saves while Kelsey Grey has a shutout and four saves onthe year.

Lindenwood looks to stay unbeaten in league play
Record: 5-2-0, 2-0-0 MIAA    Sept. 27: LWU vs. NSU 7 p.m. 
Sept. 29: LWU vs. UCO 1 p.m.
Lindenwood moved to 2-0 in league play and will play their next two on theirhome turf. Kat Roe has four goals and one assist while Danielle Torry has threegoals and an assist. Bailey Cody has three goals and Davah Bruce has one goaland four assists. MIAA Goalkeeper of the Week Bailey Tracy has four shutoutsand a 0.70 goals against average and has picked up four shutouts.

Missouri Southern hits the road looking to stay unbeaten in MIAA play
Record: 2-3-1, 1-0-1 MIAA   Sept. 27: MSSU at FHSU 7 p.m.
Sept. 29: MSSU at UNK 1 p.m.
Missouri Southern will hit the road for two as the look to stay unbeaten inleague play. Katelyn Roberson is leading the attack for the Lions with two goalsand an assist. MIAA Defensive Athlete of the Week Dana Wilhelm also is gettingit done on offense with two goals on the season. Beth Hammons and Abby Risnerhave combined for a 1.12 goals against average and three shutouts.

Missouri Western travels to Northwest Missouri
Record: 2-5-1, 0-1-0 MIAA   
Sept. 27: MWSU at NWMSU 4 p.m.
Missouri Western will hit the road to face Northwest Missouri who they tied intheir last meeting, this time as a league match-up. Leading the attack for theGriffons is Tara Russell who has four goals and one assist. Ashley Juravich hastwo goals and Bailey Dervin and Katie Kempf each have one assist. Sarah Lylehas made six starts in goal with two shutouts and a 1.92 goals against average.

Nebraska-Kearney hosts Missouri Southern in week four
Record: 3-4-0, 0-2-0 MIAA
Sept. 29: UNK vs. MSSU 1 p.m.
Nebraska-Kearney heads into the week looking to pick up their first win in MIAAplay. Montanna Hosterman is leading the way for the Lopers with two goals and asingle assist. Delanie Phillips has made an impact on the offense with one goaland one assist. Between the pipes for UNK Katelin Mielke has a 1.47 goalsagainst average with one shutout and one combined shutout on the year.

Northeastern State looks to bounce back on the road
Record: 5-1-0, 0-1-0 MIAA   Sept. 27: NSU at LWU 7 p.m.
Sept. 29: NSU at Oauchita Baptist 2 p.m.
Northeastern State will look to bounce back from their first loss of the seasonas they hit the road. Jennifer Clark has set the pace for the RiverHawks attackwith six goals and two assists. Elizabeth Cudjoe has added with three goals forNSU. Jordan Woodruff has a 0.66 goals against average and two shutouts.

Northwest Missouri faces Griffons at home
Record: 1-4-1, 0-1-0 MIAA   Sept. 27: NWMSU vs. MWSU 4 p.m.
Oct. 1: NWMSU at Graceland 4 p.m.
Northwest Missouri will face Missouri Western at home to open week four. AnnaCalgaard is leading the attack for the Bearcats with three goals and twoassists. Fiona Molony has two goals and Katelyn Lindsey and Alyssa Stiens havetwo assists. In goal Kelsey Adams has a 1.50 goals against average with 25saves.

Southwest Baptist travels to Kansas
Record: 5-1-1, 2-0-0 MIAA   Sept. 27: SBU at ESU 7 p.m.
Sept. 29: SBU at WU 2 p.m. 
Southwest Baptist will hit the road for Kansas for their week four match-ups.Kate Jamison has four goals and two assists and Karla Jamison has three goalsand one assist. Ashley Creason has two goals to go along with two assists. Ingoal for Bearcats Paige Hemphill has a 1.11 goals against average and 31 saves.

Washburn prepares for homestand 
Record: 3-4-0, 0-1-0 MIAA   Sept. 27: WU vs. UCM 6 p.m.
Sept. 29: WU vs. SBU 2 p.m.
Washburn opens a four game in league homestand with Central Missouri on Friday.Danielle Curtis is leading the way for the Ichabods with three goals. DevonSchmitz has two goals and one assist. In goal this season Tori Fuglister has a0.83 goals against average with three shutouts. 

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