WSOC Seniors 2018-19

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Hosts Marist on Senior Day

Bobcats Play Final Home Contest of 2018

HAMDEN, Conn. – Quinnipiac women's soccer plays host to the Marist Red Foxes in the penultimate contest of the 2018 regular season. Quinnipiac Athletics will honor the 2018-19 graduating seniors prior to the start of the game.
 
Quinnipiac Bobcats (6-7-2 3-3-2 MAAC) 
Marist Red Foxes  (8-6-1, 6-2-0 MAAC)
Saturday, October 20, 2018 – 12 p.m.
Quinnipiac Soccer Stadium - Hamden, Connecticut

All-Time Series vs. Marist: 3-2-1
LIVE STATSLIVE VIDEO
 
GAME NOTES
 
LAST TIME OUT (Wednesday, October 17 | L, 2-1 @ Rider)
Redshirt sophomore Kelsey Goldring (Armonk, New York) scored a first-half goal to give Quinnipiac a 1-0 lead, but Rider scored two unanswered goals in the remainder of the contest to earn a 2-1 victory on their home turf in Lawrenceville, New Jersey on Wednesday evening.
 
LAST TIME AGAINST THE RED FOXES (T, 1-1 @ Marist - 9/23/17)
Olivia Myszewski (Elm Grove, Wisconsin) came up with one of the biggest saves of her career, stonewalling a Marist penalty kick in overtime to preserve a 1-1 draw for Quinnipiac at Tenney Stadium in Poughkeepsie, New York. Madison Borowiec (Windsor, Connecticut) scored the lone goal for the Bobcats and Hannah Reiter (Mansfield, Massachusetts) picked up an assist.

SCOUTING THE RED FOXES
  • With one more win, Marist will be guaranteed the second-seed in the MAAC Playoffs.
  • Alexa Svesson continues to lead the MAAC with seven assists.
  • Kristen Reilly and Nicole Sasso now lead the team with four goals each.
  • Abigail Renaud ranks second in the conference with a goals-against average of 0.86.  
LIV-ING IN THE RECORD BOOKS
Olivia Myszewski (Elm Grove, Wisconsin) has inched her way towards the top of Quinnipiac's all-time lists in multiple statistical categories. The junior has 219 career saves, which places her at fifth all-time, and second in the Division I era. Myszewski is also fifth all-time in wins (third in D-I history), and tied for fifth in shutouts with 12. 

THE BEST FROM BOROWIEC
Madison Borowiec (Windsor, Conn.) enters the week second on the team in goals and points. The senior has recorded four goals and three assists for 11 total points, including a three-point performance vs. Niagara on Sept. 29. Borowiec was recently named one of the Top 50 Division I Women's Soccer players in New England by the New England Soccer Journal.
 
GOALS FOR GOLDRING
Redshirt sophomore Kelsey Goldring (Armonk, N.Y.) leads the team lead in goals (5) and points (13). She last scored on October 17 at Rider and has produced at over a point per game pace this season (13 points, 12 games).

ALL THE ASSISTS
Grunstein (Warren, N.J.) has five assists in 2018, which leads Quinnipiac and ranks tied for second in the MAAC. Salas and Jess Cascio each have three assists and rank tenth in the MAAC.

SPREAD THE WEALTH
The Bobcats have received at least a point from 13 different players so far this season. Three freshman, Selena Salas, Gretchen Kron, and Lauren Wendland all tallied their first career points this year.
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