5 p.m. EST | Sat., Oct. 4
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• Cleveland State continues its Horizon League slate with a 5:00 p.m. EST match at Milwaukee on Saturday (Oct. 4).
• The Vikings enter the weekend with a 5-6-1 overall record and 0-2 in the Horizon League, dropping a pair of overtime contests last week.
• CSU opened league play with a 2-1 overtime setback at Detroit last Wednesday and a 1-0 OT loss at home to Valparaiso on Saturday.
• Milwaukee is 5-7 overall and 1-1 in the league. The Panthers are coming off a 2-1 win over Illinois State in a nonconference match on Wednesday.
• Three of CSU's last four matches have gone into overtime, including a 0-0 draw in double overtime with Niagara on Sept. 14.
• Kaila Sargema scored CSU's goal at Detroit with just over two minutes to play in regulation to send the match into overtime.
• UDM scored the game-winning goal 2:12 into overtime, while Valparaiso netted the game-winner 2:52 into the extra session on Saturday night.
• The Vikings streak of consecutive minutes without allowing a goal reached 333 before Detroit scored on a penalty kick in the 35th minute on Sept. 24.
• CSU's 20 goals this year are just five shy of tying the school record for goals in a season (25) set in 2011.
• With two goals and an assist vs. Eastern Kentucky, Vickie Havas moved into second place on the CSU all-time list in goals (15) and points (40).
• Havas is four goals shy of tying Natalie Daniels (19 goals; 2008-11) for most career goals by a Viking.
• Amanda Sivic is tied for third in the league with four goals. With nine goals in her two seasons a CSU, Sivic is tied for sixth in program history.
• Elise Sailors leads the team and is tied for fifth in the league with three assists this year.
• Sarah Wood ranks second in the Horizon League with 51 saves this year, while her 236 career saves rank second all-time in CSU history.
• The Vikings have had 11 different players score a goal this year. A total of 15 different players have recorded at least one point.
• The Vikings return to action with two home matches next week, hosting Wright State at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday (Oct. 8) and Green Bay on Saturday (Oct. 11) at 1:00 p.m.