Women's soccer hosts Pronghorns and Dinos


vs Lethbridge Game Notes | vs Calgary Game Notes

Game 1 Information vs Lethbridge Pronghorns
Date Saturday, Sept.23
Time 12:00 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, Sask.
Venue Field 7 in PotashCorpPark
Series ('86) SSK leads 26-20-11
   Current Streak SSK 12 W
   Last Meeting OCT. 2, 2016 
   LETH 0 @ SSK 2

Game 2 Information vs Calgary Dinos

Date Sunday, Sept. 24
Time 12:00 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, Sask.
Venue Field 7 in PotashCorpPark
Series ('86) CGY leads 37-6-14
     Current Streak 1 TIE
     Last Meeting Oct. 1, 2016 
      CGY 1 @ SSK 1 

5 Things

  1. The Huskies have lost just once to the Pronghorns since October 26, 2008.

  2. Rookie Megan Ripplinger has four goals and three assists in four matches in 2017.

  3. Saskatchewan finished 3rd in the Canada West in 2016 and competed at the national championship for the first time in history. 

  4. This is the lone time in 2017 both men's and women's soccer will play on the same days.

  5. Saskatchewan returns to the friendly confines of Field 7 where they lost just two matches in 2016. 

By The Numbers 

2 - Taneil Gay and Leesa Eggum each scored two goals last weekend.

8 - The Huskies scored 8 goals in two matches last weekend.

11 - The Huskies have not lost at home since September 11, 2016.

14 - Keepers Kyleigh Vause and Jadyn Steinhauer have combined for 14 saves in 2017.

Scouting The Pronghorns

The Lethbridge Pronghorns open the 2017 season 1-2-1.

The Pronghorns have scored six goals this season with five coming in their lone 5-0 win over the Fraser Valley Cascades last weekend.

Lindsay Amatto, Kayla Blacquiere and Nikki Furukawa are responsible for the six goals scoring two each.

Scouting The Dinos

The Calgary Dinos open the 2017 season 1-2-1.

The Dinos have scored three goals this season with three coming in their lone 3-0 win over the Trinity Western Spartans last weekend.

Maddison Fritze has scored twice for the Dinos, while Damiane Sawatzky has one.