Oct 05, 2018
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) - The 2-10 Thomas More women's soccer team travels to the 4-2-3 Kenyon Ladies Saturday for the second of five away games in a row for the Saints.
- The Thomas More women's soccer takes on the Ladies of Kenyon for a Saturday afternoon matchup.
- The match is set to start at at 1:00 p.m.
- The Saints found their second win of the season, coming out on top against Manchester, 3-1 on Monday.
- First-year Lindsey Brown put the Saints on the board in the first minute of the game.
- Junior Olivia Nienaber put the Saints up 2-0 scoring in the 34th minute of the game unassisted.
- First-year Jordan Harley scored the first goal of her collegiate career in the 82nd minute of the game, pushing the Saints' lead back up to two, 3-1.
- Thomas More outshot the Spartans 31-8. The Saints recorded 14 shots in the first half and 17 in the second.
- Out of the Saints' 31 shots, 11 were on goal, three found the back of the net.
- Harley led the team with seven shots in the match, two were on goal, one found the back of the net.
- Brown, Shaye Isaacs , and Nienaber each recorded four shots in the match.
- Nienaber led the team with three shots on goal.
- Kylie Anderson played all 90:00 minutes in goal, recording four saves off five shots on goal, allowing one goal.
- Kenyon is coming into the match 4-2-3 overall and coming off its second double overtime 0-0 tie in a row, most recently to Denison and Wittenberg.
- Kenyon has recorded five assists, nine goals, 94 shots, and 44 shots on goal.
- Goalkeeper Jullian Courtnet has recorded 54 saves and five shutouts this season.
- Samantha Hayes and Fallon Raviol lead the team with four goals each.
- Raivol leads the team with 21 ahots and Hays with 20.
- Live stats for the match is available here.
- Follow along with the men's soccer team on twitter (@TMU_WSOCCER) and Facebook (Thomas More Women's Soccer)
- Follow along all season long with all the sports through Thomas More's athletic department on Twitter and Instagram (@tmusaints), and facebook (Thomas More College Saints)
- Thomas More continues its road stand, traveling to Wittenberg on Oct. 10 for a 7 p.m. game.