The University of Findlay women's soccer team will take on Malone University in the quarterfinals of the 2019 Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) Women's Soccer Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 2:00 pm. The matchup with the top-seeded Oilers and eighth-seeded Pioneers will take place at DeHaven Field on the campus of the University of Findlay.
Entry to the game will be as follows:
$10 for adults
$5 for students (6-17)
FREE for all college students with valid ID
FREE for children age 5 and under
Video streaming will be produced by University of Findlay TV (UFTV) and will be made available on the Great Midwest Digital Network. The contest can be watched online or can be streamed via Apple TV, Roku, AmazonFire TV, and Android TV by searching for the 'Great Midwest' channel.
For all information regarding the Great Midwest Women's Soccer Championship, visit the page linked below.
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Findlay (13-1-1, 11-1-1 G-MAC)
The Oilers won the G-MAC this season and earned the top seed in the league tournament. The regular season conference title victory was their first since joining the NCAA Division II ranks back in the 1997-98 campaign.
The Oilers were nationally ranked for two weeks during the season and are currently ranked second in the Midwest Region. The top eight teams in the region at the end of the year will advance to the NCAA Division II National Tournament and the Oilers are looking for their first bid in program history. Should they remain in the No. 2 spot in the poll, the Oilers would host the first two rounds of the tournament.
Findlay has only given up six goals the entire season and their 0.4 goals allowed per game ranks ninth nationally. Senior Anna Money has had a great season in goal and ranks fourth nationally in save percentage at .912. She has also made 31 saves on the year. Junior Nicole Burke has also played well for Findlay between the pipes, making 15 saves while allowing only three goals.
Offensively, the Oilers have been led by senior Sierra Peacock and her nine goals while freshman Jayla Campbell has found the back of the net eight times. Sophomore Olivia Frank and freshman Addie Graham have scored five and four goals, respectively, as well.
Malone (7-7-1, 4-7-1 G-MAC)
The Pioneers are led by Danielle Lung, who has scored 12 goals. Kirsten Hilty has added four goals and an assist while Keeley Malley has three goals and two assists on the year. Haleigh Seman has made 43 saves on the year and has three shutout victories.