Women's Soccer Returns to Action on Field 7


vs Calgary Game Notes | vs Lethbridge Game Notes

Game 1 Information

Date Saturday, Oct. 1
Time 12 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, SK
Venue Field 7 in PotashCorp Park
Series ('86) CGY leads 37-6-13
  Playoffs 0-1
  Current Streak CGY W 1
  Last Meeting Nov. 8, 2015
          CGY 1 @ SSK 0 *CW Bronze Medal

Game 2 Information

Date Sunday, Oct. 2
Time 12 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, SK
Venue Field 7 in PotashCorp Park
Series ('86) SSK Leads 25-20-11
  Playoffs 1-0
  Current Streak SSK W 1
  Last Meeting Oct. 31, 2015
          LETH 0 @ SSK 3 *CW Quarter-Final


5 Things

  1. Saskatchewan has outscored its opponents 6-3 over the last four matches to post a 3-1 record to get back to .500 on the season.
  2. The Huskies will host a Play For The Cure Day on Sunday wearing special edition jerseys to show support for cancer research.
  3. Sunday's jerseys will be auctioned off during the men's game. Bids start at $30. Other raffle items will be on site with all funds going to the Canadian Cancer Society.
  4. Saturday is the first meeting with Calgary since the Dinos knocked off the Huskies in the Canada West Bronze medal match in 2015 on Field 7. Despite an all-time losing record to Calgary, the Huskies have turned things around of late posting a 3-2-2 mark against the Dinos in their last seven matches.
  5. The Huskies and Pronghorns are currently sitting in the upper half of the Canada West Prairie Division standings with the Huskies in third and the Pronghorns just a game back in fifth. Saturday is the first meeting with Lethbridge since the Huskies knocked off the 'Horns in a Canada West East Region Playoff game in 2015.

By The Numbers

3 - First-year keeper Jadyn Steinhauer recorded CIS Career Shutout number 1 in a 1-0 win over Manitoba on Sept. 17.

8 - In their last 7 meetings with the Dinos the Huskies have scored 14 goals, averaging 2 per match.

12 - Fifth-year striker Erica Hindmarsh continues to grow her all-time assists total. Hindmarsh is the program's all-time leader in the category with 19.

31 - This weekend's meetings with the Dinos and Pronghorns will be the 57th time the Huskies have faced the two schools. The 57 meetings is more than any other conference opponent.

Scouting The Dinos

The Dinos enter the weekend on top of the Canada West Prairie Divison with an unblemished record.

Calgary leads the conference in nearly every offensive category including goals, shots on goal, shot percentage and assists.

Calgary easily handled the Winnipeg Wesmen last weekend putting up 10 goals in a 10-0 defeat. The Dinos then cruised past the Manitoba Bisons 3-0.

Calgary's Mollee Ramsay and Jordan Smith are 1 and 2 in the conference scoring race with nine and eight goals respectively.

Scouting The Pronghorns

The Pronghorns got back into the win column last Sunday with a 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Wesmen at home. The 'Horns entered Sunday losers of three straight one-goal decisions.

Lethbridge has been a consistent offensive threat this season scoring goals in all but one of its matches. The Pronghorns sit sixth in the Canada West with nine goals scored.

Nikki Furukawa leads the team with four goals on the season. Kayla Blacquire has added five points. In goal, keeper Paige Gattafoni is fourth in the conference with 37 saves.