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Women's Soccer Travels To Annapolis To Face Navy On Friday

Jen Moutenot
Sept. 20, 2017

Game Information
Opponent Navy Midshipmen
Date Friday, September 22, 2017
Time 7:00 p.m.
Location Annapolis, Md. | Glenn Warner Soccer Facility
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Quick Hits About The 'Hounds

  • Loyola University Maryland plays the final game of a six-match road swing on Friday, September 22, when it travels to Annapolis, Maryland, to face the U.S. Naval Academy.
  • The contest against the Midshipmen is slated for a 7 p.m. start at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility and will air live on the Patriot League Network..
  • Loyola returns to Ridley Athletic Complex for its next game when it hosts Bucknell University at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27.
  • Loyola is tied for 99th in NCAA Division I in corner kicks per game, and its total corner kicks (40) are tied for 58th.
  • Julianna Cabrera is tied for second in the Patriot League in assists this season with three total.
  • Cabrerea has had a foot in all but one of Loyola's goal this season, assisting on three and scoring another.
  • Mary Theresa Corcoran is tied for eighth in the conference in overall goals scored (two), and her two game-winning goals are good for a tie for third. Her winners are tied for 40th nationally.
  • The 2017 season will be the Greyhounds' fifth as members of the Patriot League. Loyola joined the conference prior to the 2013-2014 academic year.
  • This season will be the Greyhounds' eighth with Ridley Athletic Complex as their home. Loyola began playing soccer at the stadium in 2010 and has a 30-22-11 record there.
  • Last Time Out

    • Claire Beath scored her first collegiate goal Saturday, but Colgate topped Loyola, 3-1, in the teams' Patriot League opener at Beyer-Small Field.
    • Colgate put up a pair of goals in the match's first 26 minutes, getting on the board after 6:37. Emily Crichlow centered a ball from the right side of the box, and Mara Cosentino put in a one-touch finish.
    • Crichlow added a second goal for the Raiders at 25:10 when she used a Martina Loncar assist to volley in a shot.
    • Colgate tagged on a third goal before halftime at 42:17 as Shannon Pawlak tallied a score from 35 yards out.
    • Loyola got on the board early in the second half as Claire Beath recorded her first collegiate goal. Hannah Hoefs won the ball and slipped a pass to Beath at the top of the box where she finished for the Greyhounds.
    • The assist was also the first as a collegian for Hoefs.
    • Sumer Rahe finished with six saves in goal for Loyola.

    Series History

    • Loyola and Navy will meet for the 13th time as women's soccer opponents when the teams take the field on Friday night. The Midshipmen lead the all-time series between the programs, 6-3-2.
    • Loyola won the first two meetings in 1993 and 1994, shutting out the Midshipmen, 2-0 and 3-0, respectively. The Greyhounds went on to drop the next five matches, before ending the 2014 season's regular season matchup in a draw. The two teams met again in the quarterfinals of the 2014 Patriot League Tournament, where Navy defeated Loyola, 4-1. Last season's match between the two teams ended in a 2-2 draw.
    • The Greyhounds won the 2016 Patriot League regular-season meeting on September 24 when Casey McKenzie scored in the second overtime period to give Loyola a 2-1 victory. Morgan Crable broke up a Navy counterattack attempt midway through the second overtime, and Alice Regan sent a long pass ahead to McKenzie who played give-and-go with Jourdan Ziff. McKenzie's hard, low shot from 30 yards in front of the goal after a Ziff feed went in for the game-winner.
    • Earlier in the match, Ziff was on the scoring end of a McKenzie pass to put Loyola in front, 1-0. Cadie Higgison equalized for the Midshipmen in the 85th minute, forcing overtime.

    About The Midshipmen

    • Navy has played more matches (11) than any other Patriot League this season and is 8-3-0 overall entering Friday's game. After opening the 2017 season with a pair of losses, 1-0 to Tennessee and 3-0 at Maryland, the MIdshipmen have won eight of nine contests with a pair of four-game winning streaks sandwiching a 7-0 loss at Stanford.
    • On Monday, they dropped Howard, 6-0, after defeating Holy Cross, 2-1, in their Patriot League opener on Friday, September 15.
    • Eleanor Pratt and Ash Fairow are first and second, respectively, in the Patriot League in points with 15 and nine. Pratt leads the conference with seven goals, and Fairow is second with four.
    • Sydney Forston has played nearly 900 minutes in goal for Navy and has a 1.31 goals-against average.

    Having A Foot In (Almost) Everything

    • Julianna Cabrera has been involved in all but one of Loyola's five goals this season, assisting on three via the distribution end of corner kicks and scoring her first goal of the season in the first half at St. John's.
    • Cabrera, who is the Greyhounds' primary player on set pieces, entered the season with just one assist - coming in her freshman season of 2015 - but she has tripled that with three through seven games in 2017.

    Great Timing

    • Mary Theresa Corcoran scored her first collegiate goal on August 24 less than four minutes into overtime against Seton Hall, lifting Loyola to a 1-0 win.
    • She tallied her second game-winner of the season in another overtime game on August 31 at UMBC. This time, she drilled a header in the second overtime period to push the Greyhounds to a 1-0 victory.
    • Corcoran took nine shots as a freshman in 2016 and had an assist, but the goal against the Pirates was her first for Loyola.

    First Time For Everything

    • Claire Beath and Hannah Hoefs both registered career firsts in the second half of Loyola's Patriot League opener at Colgate. Beath's goal in the 55th minute was her first as a collegian, and Hoefs was on the assisting end for the first time as a collegian.






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