Upcoming MIAA Previews: #13 Central Missouri hits the road Record: 5-1-2, 3-0-1 MIAA Oct. 4: #13 UCM at SBU 4 p.m. Oct. 6: #13 UCM vs. EastCentral 1 p.m. #13 Central Missouri will hit the road as they open week five with a trip toSouthwest Baptist. The Jennies are led by Hannah Moran who has six goals on theyear. Nicole Pond is leading the team in assists with three on the year alongwith one goal. Becky Lackey is second on the squad in points with two goals andtwo assists and Hannah Pyle and Emily Eldridge each have two goals. In betweenthe pipes Morgan Hartzler has a 0.66 goals against average with three shutoutsand 20 saves on the year.
Central Oklahoma looks to pick up MIAA win in two game homestand Record: 3-5-1, 0-1-1 MIAA Oct. 4: UCO vs. MWSU 4 p.m. Oct. 6: UCO vs. NWMSU 1 p.m. Central Oklahoma opens a two game homestand looking to bounce back from a twogame losing skid. The Bronchos are led on the attack by Emily Hahn who has twogoals to go along with two assists. Both Kate Foran and Sarah Purcell has twogoals and one assist on the year. In goal Brandi Bartley has a 1.60 goalsagainst average with one shutout with 31 saves.
Emporia State rides ride four match unbeaten streak Record: 5-3-1, 2-0-1 MIAA Oct. 4: ESU vs. UNK 7 p.m. Oct. 6: ESU vs. FHSU 2 p.m. Emporia State rides a four game unbeaten streak as they close out a six gamehomestand in week number five. The Hornets have allowed just two goals overtheir last six matches. On the attack for the Hornets Tommi Bouknight leads theway with three goals and an assist. McKenzie Koch is second on the team inpoints with two goals on the year. Between the pipes MIAA Goalkeeper of theWeek Yadira Rivera has a 0.47 goals against average and five shutouts with 55saves on the year.
Fort Hays State hits the road on unbeaten streak Record: 4-5-1, 0-2-1 MIAA Oct. 4: FHSU at WU 4 p.m. Oct. 6: FHSU at ESU 2 p.m. Fort Hays State is on a three game unbeatean streak heading into week five. TheTigers are led on the attack by Dani Harris who has three goals and twoassists. Jordan Hester is second on the squad in points with three goals and anassist while Hannah Jurgens has one goal and four assists. In goal NicoleBarnaba has a 1.38 goals against average with 22 saves on the year.
Lindenwood looks to stay unbeaten in league play Record: 7-2-0, 4-0-0 MIAA Oct. 4: LWU at Southeast MissouriState 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6: LWU at MSSU 12 p.m. Oct. 9: LWU at Quincy 12 p.m. Lindenwood stayed perfect in league play moving to 4-0 last week and now hitthe road for three straight in week five. The Lions are led on the attack byKat Roe who has five goals and one assist. Kirsten Crabtree and Danielle Torryeach have three goals to go along with two assists. In goal Bailey Tracy has a0.64 goals against average and 51 saves with five shutouts on the year.
Missouri Southern faces Lindenwood at home in week five Record: 2-4-2, 1-1-2 MIAA Oct. 6: MSSU vs. LWU 12 p.m. Missouri Southern returns home to face Lindenwood in their only action of week five.The Lions are led by Katelyn Roberson who has three goals and one assist. DanaWilhelm and Tiffany Laughlin have both scored two goals on the season andKarley Thomas has five assists. In goal Beth Hammons and Abby Risner havecombined for a 1.44 goals against average and three shutouts.
Missouri Western heads for Oklahoma Record: 2-6-1, 0-2-0 MIAA Oct. 4: MWSU at UCO 1 p.m. Oct. 6: MWSU at NSU 1 p.m. Missouri Western will close out a three game road trip with a trip to Oklahoma.Tara Russell is leading the way for the Griffon offense with four goals and oneassist. Ashley Juravich has scored two goals on the season while Bailey Dervinand Katie Kempf each have one assist. In goal Sarah Lyle has a 1.93 goalsagainst average and 39 saves while earning two shutouts.
Nebraska-Kearney travels down Kansas Turnpike Record: 4-5-0, 1-2-0 MIAA Oct. 4: UNK at ESU 7 p.m. Oct. 6: UNK at WU 1 p.m. Nebraska-Kearney will hit the road for the Kansas Turnpike to face EmporiaState and Washburn. The Lopers are led by MIAA Offensive Athlete of the WeekBecka Talcott who has three goals on the season. Montana Hosterman has twogoals and two assists while Kristi Rehler has one goal and two assists. In goalKatelin Mielke has a 1.25 goals against average and 19 saves.
Northeastern State plays at home in week five Record: 6-2-0, 0-2-0 MIAA Oct. 4: NSU vs. NWMSU 7 p.m. Oct. 6: NSU vs. MWSU 1 p.m. Northeastern State will look to pick up their first MIAA win with two straightat home. The RiverHawk attack is lead by Jennifer Clark who has six goals andtwo assists. Elizabeth Cudjoe has four goals and on one assist this season. Ingoal Jordan Woodruff has a 0.85 goals against average with two shutouts and 35saves.
Northwest Missouri closes out road trip Record: 3-4-1, 1-1-0 MIAA Oct. 4: NWMSU at NSU 7 p.m. Oct. 6: NWMSU at UCO 1 p.m. Northwest Missouri will close out a three game roadtrip with a jaunt toOklahoma. The Bearcat attack is led by Anna Calgaard with four goals and anassist. Anna Holder, Fiona Moloney and Jordan Albright each have two goals.Between the pipes Kelsey Adams has a 1.09 goals against average and twoshutouts.
Southwest Baptist opens week five with #14 UCM Record: 5-3-1, 2-2-0 MIAA Oct. 4: SBU vs. #14 UCM 4 p.m. Oct. 7: SBU at Southern Nazarene 6 p.m. Southwest Baptist will face #14 Central Missouri to open week five. TheBearcats are led by Kate Jamison who has four goals and two assists. KarlaJamison is second on the team in points with two goals and two assists. In goalfor SBU Paige Hemphill has a 1.09 goals against average and 38 saves.
Washburn closes out five game homestand Record: 4-5-0, 1-2-0 MIAA Oct. 4: WU vs. FHSU 4 p.m. Oct. 6: WU vs. UNK 1 p.m. Washburn will close out a five game homestand with FHSU and UNK. The Ichabodsattack is led by Danielle Curtis with three goals and Kate Combs with two goalsand two assists. In goal for WU Tori Fuglister has a 1.09 goals against averagewith three shutouts and 35 saves.
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For the fifth consecutive season, Pittsburg State University head football coach Tim Beck and his staff have invited all lettermen to participate in the "Gorilla Walk" during pre-game activiies leading up to the Gorillas home opener at Brandenburg Field/Carnie Smith Stadium.More >>
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