BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – The Concordia College (N.Y.) women's soccer team returns to the pitch on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Wilmington University (Del.) in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) play. Kickoff for the league contest is scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
Match Information: Wilmington
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018 | 12:30 p.m.
Location: Newark, Del. | WU Athletics Complex
All-Time Series: Wilmington leads 11-0
Last Time: Wilmington 7-1 (Oct. 21, 2017)
Media Coverage: Live Stats | Live Video
About the Clippers
Concordia (1-5, 1-4 CACC) hits the road after a 1-0 setback at Nyack on Thursday, Sept. 27. The Clippers lead the conference with 11.33 saves per game while averaging 0.50 goals on a .064 shot percentage with 2.83 goals allowed.
Freshman goalie Jocelyn Hellier (Lithia, Fla.) ranks third in the CACC with 9.00 saves per game on a .818 save percentage, while her 54 total saves ties for fourth. Hellier logs 471:18 minutes with a 2.29 goals allowed average.
Junior forward Sara Calvert (Apple Valley, Calif.) leads the offense with two goals, while sophomore midfielder Kayla Lanza (New Milford, Conn.) has one goal off a team-leading 14 shots and junior forward Taylor Luxoro (Staten Island, N.Y.) and senior defender Lisa Lausen (Barstow, Calif.) both have one assist.
About the Wildcats
Wilmington (5-5, 4-1 CACC) concludes a season-best five-match homestand after back-to-back shutout victories, most recently besting Holy Family 2-0 on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Wildcats average 1.70 goals on a .142 shot percentage while allowing 1.30 goals.
Jessica Unsihuay powers the offense with four goals and one assist for nine points that ranks 10th in the CACC while Rebecca Dolhansky boasts the third-most assists in the league with five.
Kate Tubo logs a CACC-leading 870:37 minutes in goal, sporting the third-lowest goals allowed average in the conference at 1.34 with 57 saves that rank third and a .814 save percentage that sits fourth in the CACC.
The women's soccer team stays on the road to take on Caldwell in a CACC tilt on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 4 p.m.