MAC Season Starts For Women's Soccer





MAC Season Starts For Women's Soccer

9/11/2003


Junior goalkeeper Ashleigh Woods

The Herd will look to start the Mid American Conference with a bang when it travels to Kent State for a duel with the Golden Flashes.

The game will begin at 4 p.m.

Marshall will then kickoff the home portion of their conference schedule with a match against Akron on Sunday, September 14.

Game time is 1 p.m. and will be broadcast on the radio and on the internet by WMUL.

Admission to Sam Hood Field is free.





HERD NOTES

WOODS TOPS IN STOPPERS
Junior goalkeeper Ashleigh Woods (Penville, NY) ranks number one in saves in the Mid American Conference thus far. Her 37 saves (9.25 p/g) are 11 more than any other goalie in the conference.

SCOPING THE COMPETITION

FURY OF FLASHES

Kent State is led by ten seniors this season, highlighted by senior forward Lauren Caminati. Her goal at the Kent State Soccer Tournament last weekend pushed her to the all-time points leader at Kent. Caminati ranks in the top 5 in six statistical categories in the conference this season.

The Golden Flashes (2-1-1) are riding a two-game winning streak into this weekend's matchup. The all time series stands at 3-2 in favor of the Herd. Last year's game resulted in a Marshall 2-1 win.

CHECKING THE ZIPS

Akron (1-2-1) is coming off a loss to UC Irvine on September 7. The Zips will travel to Huntington following a MAC match at home against Ohio on Friday.

Akron is led by junior forward Jeannie Stuckey. Stuckey ranks fourth in the conference in goals with two and fifth in points.

The all-time series record sits at 1-0-1 with Marshall leading following a 1-1 tie against the Zips last season.