Indianapolis The IUPUI women’s soccer team will continue the league portion of their schedule on Sunday (September 25) when they host Jaguar Wright State (6-4, 3-0 HL) at noon at the Michael Carroll Stadium on campus. IUPUI is coming off its first loss of the campaign as the Jaguars fell on the road in Northern Kentucky Thursday night, 3-0. After scoring just two goals in their first seven games of the season together, IUPUI (5-1-4, 1-1-1 HL) allowed seven goals in three games to unlock Horizon League play. Over the course of the year, IUPUI outperformed its opponents by 14-9 as the lead Maya Laconato He has five high scores for the team and a new student Emma Fry He has three goals and an assist. Both Sam Selemak And the Emma Antoine counted twice.
return student McKenna Collins He has three assists for the team and a rookie striker Sarah Henson two. Redshirt Student GK Ashton Kudlow Nine of the ten IUPUI competitions started with 0.76 goals versus averages and 806 savings. student Cailynn Junk He made four engagements and has a 1.39 GAA and .769 savings percentage.
big Maya Turner He remains the driving force behind the stingy IUPUI defense, having scored a team-high at 768 minutes when he was a rookie. Kaelyn Smith 743 minutes played. Collins and student Sophia White They are next in line at 732 and 702, respectively.
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Wright State comes in 6-4 overall and 3-0 to start the Horizon League play with victories over Milwaukee, Youngstown State and Green Bay, despite winning 19-17 on the year. The Raiders have had goals from 12 different sources this year, led by Lauren Burchert’s top-three team. Olivia Mays has three assists for the team while Josie Krupp has two. Jessika Seward started all 10 matches in goal and scored 1.89 goals against an average of three.
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IUPUI is 3-9 all-time against Wright State with a 3-3 mark in six meetings in Indianapolis. Jaguar won twice in a row before falling 2-1 last season in Dayton. IUPUI won their last three Indy meetings with the last loss 4-1 back in 2012, before the Jaguars joined the Horizon League.
IUPUI will continue to play the Horizon League when the Jaguars host the University of Auckland at 1:00pm on Saturday 1 October at Michael A. Carroll Stadium.