The Muskingum women's soccer team concludes its season this week as they visit Wilmington (Ohio) on Tuesday and hosts John Carroll on Senior Day this Saturday. Kick-off is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m., respectively.
Tuesday, October 24: Muskingum at Wilmington – 7:00 p.m. (Live Stats at wilmingtonquakers.com)
Saturday, October 28: Muskingum vs John Carroll – 1:00 p.m. (Live Stats at fightingmuskies.com)
- Muskingum was defeated, 8-1, at the NCAA Division III #15 Ohio Northern on Saturday. Miranda Bishop logged in the goal for the Muskies.
- The Muskies are 3-13 overall and 0-7 in the OAC.
- Forward's Mary Double, Tori Stuard, and Bishop lead the MU squad with four goals each, while Double and Bishop each rank first in points with ten (four goals, two assists) on the season.
- Midfielder Abigail Wagner, Miranda Bishop and Double have collected two assists each to lead the team.
- Goalkeeper's Katie Bodenmiller and Jasmine Love have registered 89 and 56 saves, respectively, in the frame this season and rank second and seventh in the OAC in saves.
- This year's senior class includes: Stephanie Siwicki, Tori Stuard, Lauren McKell, Miranda Bishop, and Natalie O'Dell.
- Wilmington fell, 2-1, at Mount Union on Saturday.
- The Quakers are now 5-9-2 overall and 1-5-1 in the OAC.
- All of Wilmington's wins have been at home this season.
- Senior goalkeeper Ana Hosler has grabbed 41 saves this season which ranks her ninth in the conference, while also recording two shutouts.
- Sophomore Alex Vestal leads the Quakers with seven goals and 16 points (seven goals, two assists). In the conference, she is tied for eighth in both goals and points.
- Junior Taylor Leake had dished out three assists to lead the team.
- John Carroll beat Capital, 2-1, for their final home contest of the regular season.
- The Blue Streaks are 8-5-2 overall and 4-2-1 in the OAC.
- John Carroll's record on the road is 3-3-2, while they were 5-2 at home.
- The Blue Streaks have collected seven shutouts which is third best in the conference.
- Junior Bailey Fischer ranks first on the team in goals (11) and points with 23 (11 goals, one assist). She has also notched three game-winning goals this season.
- Sophomore Jaclyn Audino has tossed in four assists to lead the squad.
- Senior goalkeeper Rhianna Guarnera has generated a 0.90 goals-against average, 73 saves, and seven shutouts, which ranks her fourth, fifth, and second in the conference.
- The team is tied for fourth in assists (19) in the OAC.