at UIC | Wednesday, Oct. 14 | 8:00 p.m. EST
at Northern Kentucky | Saturday, Oct. 17 | 7:00 p.m. EST
ABOUT THIS WEEK:
• Cleveland State returns to action with two matches this week, traveling to UIC for an 8:00 pm EST match on Wednesday (Oct. 14) and heading to Northern Kentucky on Saturday (Oct. 17) for a 7:00 pm match.
• The match at UIC is a make-up from the game that was postponed on Sept. 18 due to heavy rain and unplayable field conditions.
• The Vikings are 7-5-1 overall 3-1 in the Horizon League after dropping a 1-0 match to Milwaukee on Saturday at Krenzler Field.
• UIC enters the week with a 3-10-1 overall record and 0-4 in the league, while NKU is 8-3 overall and 4-0 in the Horizon League and in second place with 12 points (Milwaukee is in first place with 15 points at 5-0).
• CSU's loss to Milwaukee on Saturday snapped an eight game unbeaten streak at Krenzler Field. Before dropping a 1-0 decision to Milwaukee, CSU's last home loss was a 1-0 setback to Valparaiso on Sept. 27, 2014.
• Over the last three seasons (2013-15), the Vikings have posted a 15-7-2 record in games at Krenzler Field.
• Vickie Havas ranks first in CSU history with 21 career goals and is second with 53 points, needing just four points to tie Natalie Daniels' career record of 57 points.
• Havas is tied for fifth in the League with five goals this year and tops the circuit with four game-winning goals this season.
• Allie Sieradzki and Kaila Sargema are tied for seventh in the Horizon League with four goals this year, making the Vikings one of just two teams in the League (Milwaukee) who has three players with four goals or more.
• McKenna Vento is tied for third in the League with five assists this year, tied for the fourth most in a season in school history. Her five assists are also tied for ninth best in school history.
• Five of the seven CSU wins this year have come via shutouts and the Vikings have outscored the opposition, 17-2, in the five victories.
• CSU's five shutouts are tied for the most in the League this season and two shy of tying the single-season school record of seven set last season.
• CSU plays two matches next week, traveling to Wright State for a 7:00 pm match on Wednesday (Oct. 21) and hosting Oakland for Senior Night on Saturday (Oct. 24) at 7:00 pm at Krenzler Field.