The Dartmouth women’s soccer team will travel to Boston, Massachusetts to take on Boston University at 7 p.m.
SCOUTING THE TERRIERS
Boston enters the match with a 2-5-2 record, following a 6-0 win over American last weekend, grabbing a 1-0 record in the Patriot League. Senior Christina Wakefield is leading the offense with three goals and one assist, against American she scored two of the six goals. Fellow senior Erin Neville holds the lead in assists with three. Goalkeepers Hannah Ciolek and Amanda Fay have split time in the net, tallying a total of 34 saves.
LAST TIME AGAINST BU
The last time these two teams met was in 2014, when the Terriers took a 1-0 win on their home field. This will be the 20th meeting between the teams, and Dartmouth holds the series lead, 7-6-6.
LAST TIME OUT
The Big Green are coming off a 3-1 loss to Northeastern last Friday night. After delaying the game because of thunderstorms, the rainy weather continued throughout the game. Junior Remy Borinsky scored the lone goal for the road team early in the first period, but the offense was unable to find the back of the net again.
GUARDING THE NET
Freshman keeper Mariel Gordon has started all seven games for Dartmouth, with a 4-3 record and 29 saves, she’s in second place in the Ivy League for saves and shutouts, and third in the conference for saves per game with a 4.29 average.
OH CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN
Seniors Bianca Ribi and Gia Parker are leading their teammates as captains this year. Ribi is also leading the Big Green in assists with three, and is third in the conference for points with nine total. Parker recorded her first assist of the year in the win over Quinnipiac.
The game against Boston will wrap up the early non-conference schedule, as Dartmouth will travel to Brown University on Sunday, Sept. 24 to take on the Bears at 1 p.m.