CWRU Women’s Soccer to Wrap-Up Season against CMU

CWRU Women’s Soccer to Wrap-Up Season against CMU

The Case Western Reserve University women's soccer team will complete its 2018 season this weekend, when the team travels to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to face Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday, November 3rd at 3:30 p.m.

Last Week's Results

Friday, October 26th: Rochester 2, CWRU 1

Sunday, October 28th: Emory 2, CWRU 1

Live Coverage

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

Saturday, November 3rd, 3:30 PM:, while a video webcast is at

CWRU Spartans (7-9-0, 0-6-0 UAA)

A goal in the 81st minute was the difference as the Spartans fell to the University of Rochester (N.Y.), 2-1, on Friday evening. Junior Kimberly Chen got CWRU on the board first, as she launched a shot on a free kick from 19-yards outs at the 10:02 mark that got past the Yellowjackets keeper. However, Rochester would score two goals late in the second half to earn the comeback victory.

CWRU fell to Emory University, 2-1, on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta, Georgia. The Eagles scored early with goals in the 27th and 31st minutes to take the 2-0 advantage. The Spartans tried to rally late in the second, when freshman Christina Hickson sent a pass to sophomore Lizzy Barna who then capitalized with her third goal of the season at the 87:09 mark. However, CWRU was unable to find the equalizer as Emory secured the victory in the final two minutes of regulation.

Carnegie Mellon Tartans (7-8-1, 0-6-0 UAA)

The Tartans fell short in a 1-0 at Emory University on Friday. Carnegie Mellon was only able to put up two shots on goal, as the Eagles scored on their only attempt on frame.

CMU dropped a 2-0 contest to the University of Rochester on Sunday afternoon. The Tartans had four shots during the game with all four of them on goal. Senior Kaily Bruch led the team with three shots fired on net.

Spartan Notes

Freshman Christina Hickson currently leads the Spartans with seven goals, while junior Kimberly Chen ranks first on the team with 16 points on six goals and four assists…Sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Metz leads all University Athletic Association players with 84 saves, while her .808 save percentage ranks fifth in the UAA…CWRU has totaled 192 shots and 89 shots on goal this season…The Spartans have held opponents to averages of 7.6 shots on goal per game, and 15.9 shots per contest.