Oct. 23, 2012
|Date||Friday, October 26, 2012|
|Location||Poughkeepsie, N.Y. | Tenney Stadium|
|Online Media||Live Stats | Video|
|Date||Sunday, October 28, 2012|
|Location||Loudonville, N.Y. | Siena Field|
|Online Media||Live Stats|
• Loyola finished its regular-season non-conference schedule with a 4-3-3 record.
• The Greyhounds are 5-1-1 in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play.
Scouting the Red Foxes
• The Red Foxes are coming off their first MAAC loss against Saint Peter’s, losing in double overtime on Sunday, October 21.
• Marist enters the weekend 12-6 overall, and 6-1 in MAAC play.
• Junior Rycke Guiney leads the team with seven goals this season, followed by Amanda Epstein with five.
• Guiney holds the single-season all-time assist record for the Red Foxes.
• Goalkeeper Andrea Wicks has played 1,094 minutes this season, stopping 46 shots for a .754 save percentage, while giving up 15 goals for a 1.23 goals-against-average.
Series with Marist
• Coming into the weekend, Loyola leads Marist in the series 12-4-4.
• The Red Foxes have defeated the Greyhounds in the last three matchs, however the last Loyola win was recorded in 2009.
• The last three games between the teams have been decided by one goal.
Scouting the Saints
• The Saints are coming off a Sunday loss against Manhattan, losing 1-0.
• Siena enters the weekend 6-9-1 (2-4-1 MAAC).
• This season, the Saints have scored 10 of their 18 goals in the first half of regulation.
• Caitlin Cahalan leads the team in points, recording six goals and four assists. Brittany Pfaff takes second with only nine points in the 2012 season.
• Taylor Booth has been in the goal all season for Siena playing 1,462 minutes. She has stopped 84 shots with a .800 save percentage, and has also given up 21 goals for a 1.29 goals-against-average.
Series with Siena
• In the last meeting between the Saints and the Greyhounds, Loyola came out with the victory.
• The last Siena win was back in 2011.
• The Greyhounds lead in the series 20-2-2.
MAAC Players of the Week
• Senior Nichole Schiro received her second MAAC weekly honor of the season on Oct. 22, after recording her second career hat trick against Niagara University.