NCAC Weekly Release (10-9-12) - Women's Soccer
Wooster improved to a perfect 3-0 in NCAC play and have yet to allow a goal in conference play this season. Wittenberg sits atop the league standings tied with the Scots after knocking off Hiram over the weekend and improving to 3-0 in NCAC play. This week features a full slate of conference contests, including three games on Tuesday and four more on Saturday.
ALLEGHENY snapped a seven game winless streak on Saturday after a 2-0 win against Rutgers-Camden on the road. Freshman forward Niki Augustine (Waynesburg, PA/Waynesburg) scored both goals for the Gators in the second half of the contest.
DENISON suffered its first NCAC loss of the season on Saturday, falling 2-0 at Wooster.
Since beginning the season with seven-straight losses, DEPAUW has started to find its way as NCAC play began. After defeating Ohio Wesleyan, 1-0, last Saturday, DePauw notched its third shutout in four conference games thus far. After allowing 19 goals in non-conference play, the Tigers are allowing only 0.25 goals per match due to the solid play of their backline and goalkeeper Caroline Kerr (Glencoe, IL/New Trier).
HIRAM lost its only contest of the week when the Terriers where shutout, 5-0, against NCAC foe Wittenberg.
KENYON won its first conference game of the season with a 3-0 decision over Oberlin Saturday.
In its only game of the week, OBERLIN lost to Kenyon 3-0.
Case scored with just under 10 minutes remaining in regulation time to take a non-conference win over OHIO WESLEYAN last Tuesday. Junior goalkeeper Hannah Zacharias (Marysville, OH/Maysville) finished with 11 saves for the Bishops. DePauw scored early in the first half and held on to record an NCAC win over Ohio Wesleyan. Zacharias had three saves in the Bishop goal.
WITTENBERG outscored their opponents 6-2 this week in going 2-1, starting with a 1-0 win over Transylvania, followed by a 5-0 Homecoming win over Hiram to remain unbeaten in the NCAC at 3-0, and ending with a 2-0 loss at Thomas More. A different Tiger contributed each of the six goals, but the points leader was sophomore Tobie Weston (Worthington, OH/Worthington Christian), who scored the game winner versus Transylvania and assisted once in the win over Hiram.
WOOSTER improved to a perfect 3-0 in NCAC play after two shutout victories against Allegheny and Denison. The Scots have yet to allow a goal in conference play this season. Sophomore forward Crystal Chavez (Longmont, CO/Alexander Dawson) scored both goals for the Scots in the 2-0 win against the Big Red.