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No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER WILL CONCLUDE SEASON AT No. 12 SHERIDAN TUESDAY

No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER WILL CONCLUDE SEASON AT No. 12 SHERIDAN TUESDAY
Game Info 4. Humber at 12. Sheridan
Date Tues. Oct. 16
Venue Trafalgar Campus
Time 4:30 p.m.
Live Stream Not Available
Live Stats Not Available
Social Hawks Gameday
Series Record Humber leads, 18-2-3
Last Meeting W, 2-0 (10/3/18)
Streak W9

OAKVILLE, Ont – No. 4 Humber women's soccer (9-0-0, 1st Central) will conclude the regular season Tuesday at No. 12 Sheridan (8-1, 2nd Central). Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m.

A win or draw for the Hawks will secure Humber's 16th division title since 1999.

Last Time Out
Humber cruised to a 4-0 victory at George Brown (2-5-2, 4th Central), getting goals from Giulia Zanardi, Emily Tirabassi, Stephanie Gutierrez, and Nicole Lyon.

Vanessa Fiore and Courtney Nadeau combined for the clean sheet.

Scouting Sheridan

  • The Bruins finished the 2017 campaign with a 5-5 record and have improved to the 12th ranked program in the country.
  • Zoe Derkach is third in the OCAA in scoring, recording 11 tallies in nine matches this season.
  • Savanna Wood is second in the division with a .865 save percentage.
  • The Bruins are 1-6-2 during the regular season when hosting the Hawks.

Previous Meeting
On Oct. 4, Humber beat Sheridan, 2-0, giving the Bruins their only loss of the season. Rebecca Spratt scored in the ninth minute, followed by Giulia Zanardi in the 66th minute.

Vanessa Fiore recorded a season-high six saves to record the clean sheet.

Playoff Scenario
With a win or draw, Humber will clinch its 15th division title and will receive an automatic bid in the 2018 Championship tournament at Seneca College.

If the Bruins win by three or more goals, Humber will finish second in the central division and will have to play a crossover match.

1,229 And Counting
Humber has not allowed a goal in a program-record 13-plus regular season matches – a span of 1,229 minutes.

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

Three-Headed Monster
Humber's trio of Giulia Zanardi, Rebecca Spratt, and Zoe Longsworth are the first teammates since 2000 to record six-plus goals in a season.

Program Best
In 2000, Humber scored 48 goals in ten matches. This season, the Hawks have recorded 47 tallies through nine games, sitting in prime position to become the highest scoring team in program history.

High Thread Count
Humber's nine clean sheets are the most in program history, surpassing the mark of eight established in 2008 and 2009.

Streaking
Humber has won 19 consecutive OCAA regular season matches, its longest streak since 2012 when the Hawks won 21 straight.