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No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER SET TO HOST CONESTOGA ON GRAD NIGHT

No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER SET TO HOST CONESTOGA ON GRAD NIGHT
Game Info 4. Humber vs. Conestoga
Date Wed. Oct. 10
Venue OSA
Time 6:30 p.m.
Live Stream Not Available
Live Stats Click Here
Social Hawks Gameday
Series Record Humber leads, 16-0-1
Last Meeting W, 6-0 (9/15/18)
Streak W7

The Storyline
No. 4 Humber (7-0, 1st Central) will host Conestoga (0-6-1, 6th Central) Wednesday evening on Grad Night at the Ontario Soccer Centre. Online streaming will not be available.

Last Time Out
In a battle of unbeaten teams, Humber blanked Sheridan (7-1, 2nd Central) at home on Oct. 3. Rebecca Spratt got the Hawks on the board early, finding the back of the net in the ninth minute.

Giulia Zanardi put the match out of reach in the 67th minute, banking her shot off Sheridan keeper Savanna Wood.

Scouting Conestoga

  • The Condors lost their first six matches before tying UTM on Oct. 5.
  • Tiffany Lenselink leads the team in scoring with two tallies, recording both goals in the draw against the Eagles.
  • The Condors are 7-0-1 all-time at Humber since 2001, with their only tie coming in 2013.

Previous Meeting
Humber rolled to a 6-0 victory at Conestoga on Sept. 20. The Hawks were led by Megan Voutour, who recorded the second multi-goal match of her career.

1,049 And Counting
Humber has not allowed a goal in a program record eleven-plus regular season matches – a span of 1,049 minutes.

Rank and File
Humber opened the season as the ninth-ranked program in the country. After a 7-0 start to begin the '18 campaign, the Hawks have moved up to the fourth spot and are currently the highest ranked program in the province.

Grad Night
Prior to the match, Humber varsity will honour graduating seniors Emily Tirabassi, N'neka Harrison, and Fatima Fuentes-Martinez.

Scoring Overload
The Hawks are on pace to score 54 goals this season which would shatter the program record from 2000, where Humber scored 48 goals in ten matches. Its scoring average of 5.43 goals-per-game would also be a new a program record, beating the 2011 mark of 4.8 gpg.

Defence Wins Championships
The Hawks boast the top defence in the province, allowing 1.7 shots on goal per game.

Chasing History
Humber's dynamic scoring duo of Giulia Zanardi and Rebecca Spratt continue to climb up Humber's all-time career scoring list.

Player No. Seasons
1 Joanna Vitale 56 4
2 Keyla Moreno 37 5
3 Connie Tamburello 35 3
4 Giulia Zanardi 19 3
5 Brittany Szcerbakow 18 5
  Filomena Aprile 18 3
  Holly Goddard 18 3
  Rebecca Spratt 18 3
10 Alexandria Kastanis 15 3
  Ashley Osorio 15 4

 

Home Sweet Home
Since 1996, the Hawks are 68-7-10 in regular season action when playing at home.

Streaking
Humber has won 17 consecutive OCAA regular season matches, its longest streak since 2012 when the Hawks won 21 straight.

What's Next?
No. 4 Humber will conclude its regular season series with George Brown (2-4-2, 4th Central) on Oct. 12. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at Esther Shiner Park.