Women's Soccer Prepares For Pair Of Weekend Road Games

Sept. 7, 2016

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Opponent Monmouth (N.J.)
Date Friday, September 9, 2016
Time 7:00 p.m.
Location West Long Branch, N.J. | Hesse Field
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Opponent Seton Hall
Date Sunday, September 11, 2016
Time 1:00 p.m.
Location South Orange, N.J. | Owen T. Carroll Field
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Loyola Quick Hits (3-2-1, 0-0-0)

The Greyhounds have charted the best start to a season under head coach Naomi Meiburger and the best in the program since 2012, where the Greyhounds were 3-1-2 through the first six games.
Loyola dropped its first two matches of the 2016 season last weekend, falling to Cornell and Delaware in 1-0 losses.
Lily Andres and Sumer Rahe shared time in goal in both matches last weekend. Andres ended the weekend with two saves and Rahe with three, all against Delaware.
Six of seven Loyola goals this season have come from set pieces.
Loyola looks to chart its first victory over Monmouth, a 0-4-0 series that began in 1994.
This will be the second time that the Greyhounds will face Seton Hall, the first meeting in Loyola’s inaugural season in 1992 where Seton Hall came out with the win.

About Monmouth (N.J.) (2-2-1, 0-0-0)

The Monmouth women’s soccer team, three-time defending Metro Athlantic Athletic Conference regular season champions, were picked to claim the top spot in the conference again this year. The Hawks are coming off a two-shutout weekend, charting wins over American and Seton Hall.
Senior forward Alexis McTamney was named the MAAC Preseason Player of the Year, the first player to recieve the honor in program history, while fellow senior Julie Spracklin was named to the Preseason All-MAAC Team.
The Hawks had two players named to the All-MAAC Honor Roll last week, redshirt freshman Madie Gibson as Defensive Player of the Week and freshman goalkeeper Amanda Knaub as Rookie of the Week.
Knaub earned her second and third career clean sheets last weekend in the teams pair of shutouts. She now has three shutouts in four starts this season (2-1-1) and has not allowed a goal in 268:52 consecutive minutes.

About Seton Hall (2-3-0, 0-0-0)

Seton Hall has two wins so far this season over Army West Point and Quinnipiac.
The Pirates return 11 sophomores to their roster and welcome four freshmen to the team, in addition to their upperclassmen, which include the team’s three captains, seniors Sarah Fiorino and Frankie Majer and junior Katie Landes.
Sophomore Anna MacLean was named the BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week on Aug. 29. Freshman Siobhan McGovern also earned a spot on the league’s weekly honor roll after scoring a game-winning goal in the Pirates’ first win of the season over Army West Point.

Up Next

• Loyola will travel to Easton, Pa. to face LaFayette on Friday, Sept. 17. The match is set to begin at 2 p.m.