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Blue Devils Travel to Alma and Mount Vernon Nazarene for Next Two Games on Schedule

Blue Devils Travel to Alma and Mount Vernon Nazarene for Next Two Games on Schedule

Following a 3-0 home sweep, the Lawrence Technological University Women's soccer team goes on the road this week to play two non-conference games. This first of the two is on Wednesday, September 11th at Alma College (Mich.). Then, the Blue Devils travel to play Mount Vernon Nazarene University (Ohio) to finish the week on September 14th at 5:00 p.m..

The sweep at home for LTU (3-1-0, 0-0-0) started off with a 5-1 win against Rio Grande (Ohio). Then, they hosted Point Park (Penn.) with a 4-0 win to start off September. Finally, their last home stand was against Indiana Kokomo where the BLue Devils won 1-0 with a goal to open up the half by Katelyn Mather.

Mather leads the team in points with 11 from five goals and one assist. She also grabbed the first WHAC Offensive Player of the Week nod for 2019 for her team. Right on her tail is newcomer DiOnna Hill who has six points from two assists and two goals. Three other Blue Devils have points on the board as well. Splitting time in goal has been Rebecca Almandoz and Renee Anderson. Almandoz has been dominate in the back field with four saves this season. Anderson has three saves this season and only has let in one goal.

The Scots of Alma (2-2-0, 0-0-0) come into this match following a stiff 3-2 loss to Mount St. Joseph University (Ohio) this past Sunday, September 8th. They are led by the efforts of Lexi Russell who has six points from three goals so far this season. Right behind her is Lily Stephan who has four points from two goals.

The Mount Vernon Cougars (3-2-1, 0-0-0) have many games under their belt, with the most recent a 2-2 tie to a strong (RV) Aquinas College team. The Cougars have one more game between their match with LTU against the University of Rio Grande (Ohio) on September 11th. They are led by Amberly Knox who has one goal and one assist. Five other Cougars have two points this season, making up for their diverse offense.