|Game Info||No. 4 Humber vs. GB Huskies|
|Date||Wed. Sept. 26|
|Live Stream||Click Here|
|Live Stats||Click Here|
|Series Record||Humber leads, 11-0-1|
|Last Meeting||W, 6-0 (10/11/17)|
No. 4 Humber (4-0, 1st Central) will host the George Brown Huskies (2-3, 4th Central) Wednesday evening at the Ontario Soccer Centre. The match will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network at 6 p.m. with Matt Hammel and Kyle Dalton on the call.
Last Time Out
Facing a gritty Cambrian defence, the Hawks couldn't solve Golden Shield keeper Megan Coutu in the first half, despite firing 14 shots on net.
Freshman Lily Campbell had numerous scoring chances throughout the match found difficulty trying to beat the Cambrian keeper. Finally, in the 68th minute, Campbell found the back of the net, recording her first career goal for Humber.
As time ran down, Rebecca Spratt scored, securing Humber's 5-0 win.
Scouting George Brown
- The Huskies two wins this season has doubled their win total from 2017.
- At No. 9 Sheridan, George Brown tied the match at two in the 80th minute but was unable to hold on for the draw.
- Brianna Samuels-McLaughlin leads the Huskies in scoring, sitting eighth in the conference with four tallies.
- Humber is 6-0 all-time at home against George Brown.
Share the Wealth
Humber has scored 22 goals this season off the boots of 11 different student-athletes. Since 2010, the Hawks have averaged ten goal scorers each season.
Rank and File
Humber opened the season as the ninth-ranked program in the country. After a 4-0 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.
The Hawks are on pace to score 55 goals this season which would shatter the program record from 2000, where Humber scored 48 goals in ten matches. Its scoring average of 5.5 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 less than one shot-per-match this season.
In 360 minutes, Humber keeper Vanessa Fiore has yet to surrender a goal, recording four clean sheets to begin the season. Since 2016, Fiore is 19-0 in the regular season with a 0.29 goals-against-average and 14 clean sheets.
Home Sweet Home
Since 1996, the Hawks are 66-7-10 in regular season action when playing at home.
Humber has won 14 consecutive OCAA regular season matches, its longest streak since 2012 when the Hawks won 21 straight.
No. 4 Humber will conclude its regular season series at UTM on Sept. 29. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.