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CINCINNATI - In the second match of a three-match homestand, the Xavier women's soccer team is set to host Morehead State Sunday afternoon at XU Soccer Complex. The Musketeers and Eagles will square off at 4 p.m. following the XU men's soccer team's match-up with Milwaukee at 1 p.m.
The Last Meeting
September 15, 2006
Women's Soccer Team Stays Unbeaten At Home
The Xavier women's soccer team got a pair of goals and an assist from senior Amber Silvis in rolling to a victory over visiting Morehead State on Friday night at the Xavier University Soccer Complex. The win extended Xavier's home winning streak to five matches, a streak that dates back to last season.
About the Musketeers
Xavier (3-4-0, 0-0-0 A-10) dropped a 5-0 decision to visiting Indiana Friday night in front of a decent crowd despite the threat of severe weather in the area. The Musketeers are led offensively by junior Mariah Whitaker with six points (2g, 2a) while junior Taylor Dearbaugh and sophomore Margaret Woods have three points apiece. Sophomore keeper Katie Markesbery has started all seven matches in goal for XU this season. She holds a 2.01 GAA and has tallied 37 saves (2nd A-10).
Scouting Morehead State
Morehead State (0-5-1, 0-0-0 OVC) is coming off a 2-0 loss to Marshall at home on Friday. The Eagles have yet to post a mark in the win column this season despite close games against Akron, Ohio and St. Francis (Pa.). MSU is offensively led by Macy Cobb with two goals on the year while three other Eagles have also scored this season, including Caity Fox who has recorded a team-high 10 shots. Elizabeth Floyd and Hannah Seeman split time in goal for Morehead - in 290:00 minutes of work, Floyd has made 12 saves to five goals against (1.55 GAA).
Last Time Out
The Musketeers returned home on Friday to play host to the Indiana Hoosiers at XU Soccer Complex. XU dropped a 5-0 decision to IU as five different Hoosiers were able to score goals. Seven Musketeers got shots off, including four from freshman Erin McGauley
- two of which were on goal. Sophomore
keeper Katie Markesbery
recorded five saves on the night to five goals against.