7:00 p.m. | Sat., Oct. 26
• Cleveland State hosts Oakland on Saturday (Oct. 26) at 7:00 p.m. in the regular season home finale at Krenzler Field.
• The Vikings are 8-7-1 overall and 2-3 in the Horizon League after splitting two matches last week.
• CSU fell at home to Youngstown State, 1-0, on Wednesday, and won at Green Bay, 1-0, on Saturday.
• Oakland is 8-7-1 overall and 3-2 in the Horizon League. The Grizzlies have won four straight matches, including a 1-0 win over IUPUI on Tuesday.
• This will be the first meeting in women's soccer between the schools.
HOME SWEET HOME:
• Saturday's match against Oakland is the final regular season match at home for the Vikings.
• CSU is 6-2-1 at home this season with the six wins at Krenzler Field the second most in a season in program history. The 2010 team was 7-2-2 at home.
• The Vikings have scored 22 goals this season.
• It is the third most goals in a season in program history, topped only by the 25 goals scored in 2011 and the 23 tallies in 2010.
• The duo of junior Amanda Sivic and sophomore Vickie Havas have teamed to form one of the highest scoring pair of teammates in the league this year.
• Havas has seven goals and four assists for 18 points.
• Sivic has totaled five goals and four assists for 14 points.
• The 32 combined points between Havas and Sivic are the most by two teammates in the Horizon League this year.
• The 12 combined goals by Havas and Sivic are the second most by a pair of teammates in the league, topped only by the 13 by Milwaukee's Krissy Dorre (8 goals) and Kelly Lewers (5 goals).
• The Vikings have posted five shutouts this season, including back-to-back shutouts of UMass Lowell (Sept. 13) and Robert Morris (Sept. 15).
• The five shutouts are tied for the second most in a season in CSU history. The 2010 squad had seven shutouts and the 2011 team had five clean sheets.
• Vickie Havas, a member of the Horizon League All-Newcomer team last year, is having another strong season.
• Havas is second in the league in goals (8) and points (18). She is tied for third with four assists.
• She is third in CSU history in goals (12), assists (9) and points (33).
• Her 18 points this year are the third most in a season in CSU history.
WOOD RACKING UP THE SAVES:
• Sarah Wood leads the league and is ranked 11th in the nation with 104 saves and 14th in Division I in saves per game (6.93).
• Her 104 saves are the third most in a season in CSU history.
• Wood has three matches of double-digit saves this year, with a career-high 12 at Miami (Fla.) on Sept. 13 and 11 vs. Canisius (Aug. 25) and Ohio (Sept. 20).
• Wood's 169 career saves are the fourth most in CSU history.
• Frederike Dubeau, Vickie Havas and Allie Sieradzki are the only players to start all 16 matches for CSU this year.
• Chloe Fadenholz, Brittney Koester, Shea Levi and Amanda Sivic join that trio as the only players to appear in all 16 matches.
• CSU travels to Wright State on Saturday (Nov. 1) for the regular season finale at 7:30 p.m.