Oct 06, 2018
SIUE (5-6, 4-2 OVC)
vs Eastern Illinois (3-6-4, 2-2-2 OVC)
Edwardsville, Ill. | Korte Stadium
Sunday, Oct. 7, 1 p.m.
Pride Day: There will be SIUE campus resources at the game to promote LGBTQIA History Month.
Previously: The Cougars split Ohio Valley Conference games last weekend, falling to UT Martin 3-0 Friday and blanking Belmont 2-0 Sunday.
Sitting Pretty: After six conference games played, the Cougars sit in second place in the OVC standings. SIUE is tied with Murray State atop the table with 12 points, but the Cougars have one more loss.
Helping Hand: SIUE's Allison Wendt is second in OVC play with three assists. Courtney Benning is tied for third with two.
Points Leaders: Wendt leads the Cougars in points so far this season with seven (two goals, three assists). Amanda DiNardo and Benning are tied for second, both with six points.
Shooting Stars: Andrea Frerker leads the Cougars in shots with 24. Frerker picked up her first goal of the season at Belmont. DiNardo is tops for SIUE in shots on goal (13).
Game-Winners: SIUE midfielder Angel Ikeda has two game-winning goals this season, which is tied for second in the OVC. Both of her goals came in overtime against Austin Peay 9/21 and Murray State 9/23.
Golden Goalie: Jensen Schoch has started all but one game in net for the Cougars. She has recorded two shutouts and 50 saves on the season.
Scouting the Panthers: Eastern Illinois drew 0-0 against UT Martin last Sunday. The Panthers are 2-2-2 in OVC play after going 0-9-1 during the 2017 season. Lexi Ketterhagen leads EIU with seven points (two goals, three assists). Sara Teteak has started 10 games in goal for the Panthers, accumulating a 3-5-3 record and 48 saves.