|Matchup||Merrimack (3-11-0, 1-6-0 NEC)
vs Saint Francis (5-8-1, 4-3-0 NEC)
vs Robert Morris (4-9-2, 2-4-1 NEC)
|Date/Time||Friday, Oct. 25, 2019 // 4 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019 // 11 a.m.
|Venue||North Andover, Mass. // Martone-Mejail Field|
|Game Links||Live Stats // Video|
|Social||Twitter // Instagram|
NORTH ANDOVER, Mass.– The Merrimack Women’s Soccer team hosts Saint Francis University on Friday afternoon and Robert Morris on Sunday morning to close out the Warriors home calendar.
Five Things to Know:
- Junior Izzy McDonnell holds the team lead in goals with only 500 minutes of action, largely coming as a contributor off the bench.
- Freshman Molly Murnane continues to be an offensive threat for the Warriors, leading the team in points with eight after posting two goals and four assists so far this year.
- Merrimack’s goalkeeping duo faced plenty of pressure last time out against CCSU, with Erin Fulton making three saves in the first half before Megan Langois turned aside seven shots in the second.
- Saint Francis University, the weekend’s first opponent, features Alyssa McGhee on offense, tallying eight goals this year to lead the Red Flash offense.
- Robert Morris comes to North Andover off of a match at Central Connecticut State on Friday, Oct. 25 for the team’s second-to-last match of the season. The Colonials have two NEC wins this year, at home against Mount St. Mary’s and at LIU.
Inside the Matchup:
|Merrimack (3-11)||Category||SFU (5-8-1)||RMU (4-9-2)|
|Molly Murnane (8)||Leading Scorer||Alyssa McGhee (19)||Sheridan Reid (9)|
|Izzy McDonnell (3)||Goals Leader||Alyssa McGhee (8)||Two players tied (2)|
|Molly Murnane (4)||Assists Leader||Dakota Graham (5)||Sheridan Reid (4)|
|Erin Fulton (51)||Saves Leader||Julia Hernan (57)||Sydney Bruckner (91)|
|Erin Fulton (2.22)||GAA Leader||Julia Hernan (2.33)||Julia Schmid (1.17)|
|Erin Fulton (.718)||Save Percentage Leader||Shaelyn Parry (.923)||Sydney Bruckner (.835)|
Merrimack will travel to Staten Island to take on the Wagner Seahawks at Hamline Field on Sunday, Nov. 3 at noon for the last NEC matchup of the 2019 season.
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