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No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER SET TO FACE GEORGE BROWN FRIDAY

No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER SET TO FACE GEORGE BROWN FRIDAY
Game Info 4. Humber at GB Huskies
Date Fri. Oct. 12
Venue Esther Shiner Stadium
Time 6:30 p.m.
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Live Stats Not Available
Social Hawks Gameday
Series Record Humber leads, 12-0-1
Last Meeting W, 9-0 (9/26/18)
Streak W8

The Storyline
No. 4 Humber (8-0-0, 1st Central) will travel to Esther Shiner Stadium to conclude its regular season series with George Brown (2-4-2, 4th Central). Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.

Last Time Out
On Grad Night, Humber continued its torrid scoring pace, blanking Conestoga, 5-0. Five Hawks found the back of the net, while Vanessa Fiore and Courtney Nadeau combined for Humber's eighth clean sheet of the season.

Scouting George Brown

  • Brianna Samuels-McLaughlin leads the team with four goals.
  • The Huskies have scored ten goals this season, the third most in the central division.
  • The Hawks are 5-0-1 during the regular season at George Brown.

Previous Meeting
Humber beat the George Brown Huskies on Sept. 26, 9-0. It was the 11th time in program history that the Hawks scored nine-plus goals in a match.

1,139 And Counting
Humber has not allowed a goal in a program-record 12-plus regular season matches – a span of 1,139 minutes.

Humber has never gone an entire season without allowing a goal.

Rank and File
Humber opened the season as the ninth-ranked program in the country. After an 8-0 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.

Scoring Overload
Humber's 43 goals this season are the most since 2001. The program record for goals in a season is 48, established in 2000.

Defence Wins Championships
The Hawks boast the top defence in the province, allowing 1.9 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 20 3
5 Rebecca Spratt 19 3
6 Brittany Szcerbakow 18 5
  Filomena Aprile 18 3
  Holly Goddard 18 3
9 Alexandria Kastanis 15 3
  Ashley Osorio 15 4


Streaking
Humber has won 18 consecutive OCAA regular season matches, its longest streak since 2012 when the Hawks won 21 straight.

What's Next?
No. 4 Humber will conclude the regular season on Oct. 16 at No. 12 Sheridan (8-1, 2nd Central). Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m.