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Week seven kicks off in MIAA women's soccer

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#24 Central Missouri plays three of next four at home
Record: 8-2-2, 4-1-1 MIAA  
Oct. 18: #24 UCM at UCO 4 p.m.     Oct. 20: #24 UCM vs. UNK1 p.m.
#24 Central Missouri will play one on the road before returning home for threestraight matches. Julie Ireland leads the Jennies attack with six goals and anassist, she's joined by Becky Lackey who has four goals and five assists.Hannah Pyle and Hannah Moran each have six goals on the year. Carly Stanley hasthree goals and four assists and is also in double digit points. In the net forUCM Morgan Hartzler has a 0.66 goals against average with three shutouts and 20saves on the season.

Central Oklahoma plays four of last five at home
Record: 6-6-1, 3-2-1 MIAA
Oct. 18: UCO vs. #24 UCM 4 p.m.    Oct. 20: UCO vs. SBU 1 p.m.
Central Oklahoma will play two straight at home as four of their last five willbe in Edmond. Leading the attack for the Bronchos is Sarah Purcell who has fivegoals and an assist. Emily Hahn is second on the squad in points with threegoals and three assists. Both Caitlin Bond and Quinn Tookey have two goals andthree assists on the year. In goal Brandi Bartley has a 1.23 goals againstaverage with 43 saves.

Emporia State faces Washburn in non-league tilt
Record: 6-5-2, 3-2-2 MIAA
Oct. 18: ESU at LWU 7:30 p.m.    Oct. 23: ESU at WU 6 p.m.(non-league)
Emporia State will travel to Lindenwood and face Washburn in a non-leagueTurnpike Tussle in week seven. The leading point scorer for the Hornets isTommi Bouknight who has three goals and one assist. McKenzie Koch has threegoals and Jordan Foutch has one goal and one assist. Nine total ESU playershave either a goal or an assist in the 2013 campaign. Between the pipes thisseason Yadira Rivera has a 0.88 goals against average with six shutouts and 70total saves.

Fort Hays State hits the road
Record: 5-7-2, 1-4-2 MIAA 
Oct. 18: FHSU at MWSU 7 p.m.    Oct. 20: FHSU at NWMSU 11 a.m.
Fort Hays State will hit the road for two straight in week number seven withtrips to Missouri Western and Northwest Missouri. Dani Harris is leading theway for the Tiger offense with three goals and two assists. Amanda Talbott andJordan Hester each have three goals and one assist. Hanna Jurgens has one goaland a team leading four assists. Between the pipes Nicole Barnaba has a 1.13goals against average with 49 saves. 

Lindenwood faces Kansas Turnpike teams
Record: 7-4-1, 4-0-1 MIAA   
Oct. 18: LWU vs. ESU 7:30 p.m.     Oct. 20: LWU vs. WU 3p.m.
Lindenwood will face the teams from the Kansas Turnpike as they play twostraight at home in week seven. On the attack Kat Roe has five goals and oneassist. Kirsten Crabtree and Danielle Torry each have three goals and twoassists and Bailey Cody has three goals and one assist. Between the pipesBailey Tracy has a 0.71 goals against average with six shutouts on the year.

Missouri Southern takes time off in week seven 
Record: 3-5-4, 2-2-3 MIAA   
Next Game: Oct. 25: MSSU at WU 6 p.m.
Missouri Southern will take the week off after playing three matches in weeksix. The attack for the Lions is led by MIAA Offensive Athlete of the WeekKarley Thomas who has two goals and five assists. Katelyn Roberson has threegoals and one assist and Dana Wilhelm has three goals on the season. In the netBeth Hammons and Abby Risner have combined for a 1.33 goals against averagewith three combined shutouts.

Missouri Western closes out four game homestand 
Record: 2-10-1, 0-6-0 MIAA    Oct. 18: MWSU vs. FHSU 7 p.m.
Oct. 20: MWSU vs. UNK 12 p.m. 
Missouri Western closes out a four game homestand in week seven beforefinishing with three on the road. The Griffons are led on the attack by TaraRussell who has four goals and one assist. Ashley Juravich has the other goalsfor MWSU with two on the season. Between the pipes Sarah Lyle has a 1.96 goalsagainst average with 71 total saves and two shutouts.

Nebraska-Kearney hits the road
Record: 5-8-1, 2-4-1 MIAA   
Oct. 18: UNK at NWMSU 3 p.m.    Oct. 20: UNK at MWSU 12 p.m.
Nebraska-Kearney will hit the road in week seven before playing their final twogames at home. The Lopers are led by Montanna Hosterman who has four goals andtwo assists. Becka Talcott has three goals while Kirsti Rehler has one goal anda team leading three assists. In goal Katelin Mielke has a 1.22 goals againstaverage with 36 saves and three shutouts.

Northeastern State faces #24 Central Missouri
Record: 10-2-0, 4-2-0 MIAA   Oct. 18: NSU vs. SBU 7 p.m.
Oct. 20: NSU at #24 UCM 1 p.m.
Northeastern State will close out week seven with a road trip to #24 CentralMissouri. Jennifer Clark is leading the attack for the RiverHawks with ninegoals and two assists. Elizabeth Cudjoe has five goals and three assists. Inthe net MIAA Goalkeeper of the Week Jordan Woodruff has a 0.57 goals againstaverage.

Northwest Missouri plays two straight at home
Record: 4-7-1, 2-4-0 MIAA   Oct. 18: NWMSU vs. UNK 3 p.m.
Oct. 20: NWMSU vs. FHSU 11 a.m.
Northwest Missouri will play two straight at home before closing the year withthree of four on the road. Anna Calgaard leads the offense with five goals andtwo assists. Anna Holden has three goals and Jordan Albright has two goals andthree assists. In goal Kelsey Adams has a 1.45 goals against average with 64saves.

Southwest Baptist hits the road for two straight
Record: 7-4-1, 3-3-0 MIAA      Oct. 18: SBU at NSU 4p.m.
Oct. 20: SBU at UCO 12 p.m.
Southwest Baptist will hit the road for two straight in week seven. KateJamison is leading the Bearcats attack with five goals and three assists andKarla Jamison has five goals and two assists. In goal Paige Hemphill has a 1.69goals against average with 53 saves.

Washburn readies for non-league Turnpike Tussle 
Record: 7-5-1, 4-2-1 MIAA   Oct. 20: WU at LWU 3 p.m.
Oct. 23: WU vs. ESU 6 p.m. (non-league)
Washburn will face Lindenwood on the road before returning home for anon-league Turnpike Tussle. Kate Combs leads the attack with three goals andfour assists. Caysie Beetley has two goals and a team best five assists. Ingoal Tori Fuglister has played every minute with a 0.82 goals against averageand six shutouts. 

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