HIGH EARTH, Ind. – Indiana State Women’s Soccer will host Evansville at Memorial Stadium on Sunday for kickoff at 1 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on ESPN3.
The Sycamores played 1-1 on the road against Drake on Wednesday night. Indiana State started quickly with a goal in the 10e minute when Sasha thompson opened in the box and scored on a stream of Katie yankey. It was Thompson’s second goal of the season as well as Yankey’s second assist.
Drake equalized the match with a penalty from Emma Nagel in the 70se minute. Both teams would have scoring opportunities towards the end of regulation and during extra time, but would not convert as the game ended in a draw.
Indiana State finished with 15 shooting attempts led by CeCe Wahlberg who had five and Mackenzie-Kent who had four. Maddie alexandre made five stops overnight.
Sycamore statistics and ratings
first year striker Mackenzie-Kent (two goals, two assists) and second-year striker Sasha thompson (two goals, two assists) are now tied for the team lead with six points this season. Junior midfielder CeCe Wahlberg leads the team with 29 attempted shots and 19 shots on goal both of which are in the MVC’s top three.
Kent, Wahlberg and Thompson are all tied for the lead with two goals apiece.
Kloe Pettigrew, Katie yankey and Alexa mackey have all logged over 1,000 minutes this season.
Sycamores recently received the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award for the 2020-21 season. This is the third consecutive year that the State of Indiana has received this award and the 16e globally. They have achieved a cumulative team average of 3.77.
Evansville arrives at Memorial Stadium 5-2-4 after a 3-1 loss to Loyola on Wednesday night.
It will be the 25the confrontation between the two schools. Evansville leads the series 14-8-2. Indiana State won the most recent game last spring with a 1-0 shutout at Evansville. The Sycamores are 6-3-2 in games played at Memorial Stadium.
The Aces are led by senior forward Emily Ormson who is tied for the MVC lead with five goals this season. She ranks in the top five for shots (25) and shots on goal (17). Senior midfielder Alex Eyler leads the team with four assists, which is tied for second in the conference. Fifth-year goaltender Michaela Till made 52 saves and three shutouts.
Chris Pfau is in his second season of his second stint as Evansville head coach. Pfau also coached the team from 2005 to 2007. He is 37-28-11 with Aces and 24 players received All-MVC honors during his tenure.
The Sycamores will be back on the road next Saturday as they head to Cedar Falls, Iowa, to face northern Iowa. Kick-off is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET at the UNI soccer field.
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