Cameron Resnick

Women's Soccer

Women’s Soccer Returns Home This Week after Nine Straight Road Games

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PHILADELPHIA –
The Owls finally return home on Thursday, Oct. 2nd as they continue conference play. Temple will take on Tulsa for a 4:00 p.m. game at Ambler Sports Complex in Ambler, Pa. Temple will close out the weekend again at home on Sunday, Oct. 5th against Memphis. The game is scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. start at Ambler Sports Complex in Ambler, Pa.

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•Temple is 8-3-0 with a 1-1-0 conference record to open the 2014 season. The Owls will start a two-game home stand after playing nine straight games on the road.
Erin Lafferty was named to the American Athletic Conference Honor Roll after her performance this past week. Lafferty anchored the Owls defense as well as contributed to the offensive attack last week with a goal at Cincinnati.
•Temple women's soccer lost 2-0 at East Carolina Sunday afternoon.
•Starting goalkeeper Shauni Kerkhoff recorded six saves against East Carolina, which brings her career saves total to 207. She now holds the 5th all-time spot, passing Courtney Woytowicz (1999-2000) who previously held the spot with 204 saves.
•Temple women's soccer opened conference play with a 2-1 win at Cincinnati Thursday night.
Kelly Farrell leads the Owls in points with twelve. Farrell also leads the Owls in goals (5), shots on goal (14), and shots on goal percentage (.700).
•Temple returns home this week and it will be the Owls' first home game since their 3-0 victory over Mount Saint Mary's on Aug. 24th.
•Temple women's soccer defeated Cornell 2-1 in double overtime on 9/14/14 to win the Cornell Classic. The Owls improved their winning streak to seven games, and broke the record for the longest winning streak in program history.
•Tulsa comes in with a record of 7-4-1. Last week, the Golden Hurricanes went 1-1. Tulsa won at home Thursday against USF 3-2 in double overtime, and concluded the weekend at home with a 4-1 loss against UCF. This will be the first matchup between these two programs.
•Memphis comes in with a record of 4-5-2. Last week, the Tigers went 1-1. Memphis lost at home Thursday against UCF 2-1, and concluded the weekend at home with a 1-0 victory over USF.
•The Owls hold a 0-1-0 all-time record against the Tigers. The teams' last matchup was on Oct. 24, 2013 at Memphis, which resulted in a 3-0 victory for Memphis.
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