CWRU Women’s Soccer to Face Wooster in Non-Conference Matchup

CWRU Women’s Soccer to Face Wooster in Non-Conference Matchup

The Case Western Reserve University women's soccer team will end a four-match road stand this weekend, taking on the College of Wooster at Carl Dale Field for a 12:00 p.m. non-conference meeting on Saturday, October 22nd.

Last Week's Results

Friday, October 14th: Emory 4, CWRU 0

Sunday, October 16th: CWRU 1, Rochester (N.Y.) 1

Live Coverage

Fans can follow all of the action with live stats, with the links available below and on the CWRU women's soccer schedule page.

Saturday, October 22nd 12:00 PM: http://athletics.case.edu/sports/wsoc/2016-17/boxscores/20161022_psa1.xml, while a video webcast is at https://portal.stretchinternet.com/wooster/

CWRU Spartans (5-5-4)

The Spartans dropped a 4-0 decision to Emory University in a UAA contest on Friday evening.

CWRU played to a 1-1 tie in double-overtime against the University of Rochester on Sunday afternoon. The Spartans took an early lead in the match on junior midfielder Neha Cheemalavagu's third goal of the season. Cheemalavagu struck in the fifth minute of action, putting CWRU in front 1-0. Sophomore midfielder Melanie Kukura and senior forward Amy Lindberg were each credited with an assist on the play. Rochester evened the score in the 12th minute on a goal from McKenzie Runyan, assisted by Kim Stagg and Jean Chakmakas. Both defenses would hold strong for the rest of regulation and both overtime periods, as the match ended in a tie.

Wooster Fighting Scots (5-7-4)

The Fighting Scots played to a 1-1 draw with Denison University on Wednesday afternoon. Denison struck first in the in the 40th minute on a solo effort from Jacquie Graham. Wooster responded in the second half as senior Liz Kantra delivered a corner kick towards the near post to sophomore Erica White, who flicked it far post for the equalizer in the 53rd minute.

Wooster fell to DePauw University 1-0 on Saturday evening to snap their five game-unbeaten streak.

Spartan Notes

Junior goalkeeper Sarah Newcomb currently ranks tied for first in the University Athletic Association with 55 saves…Senior forward Amy Lindberg ranks third in the UAA with 48 shots…The Spartans have totaled 205 shots and 86 shots on goal this season…CWRU has held opponents to averages of just 5.64 shots on goal per game, and 11.21 shots per contest.