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Women's Soccer Heads to Parkside Saturday

Women's Soccer Heads to Parkside Saturday

MARQUETTE, Mich. – Northern Michigan University Women's Soccer hits the road this weekend to visit the University of Wisconsin Parkside in a nonconference matchup Saturday afternoon.



Fans can follow Saturday's matchup using the links below. Game updates can be found at https://twitter.com/NMU_Wildcats 


VIDEO: https://team1sports.com/Parkside/

LIVE STATS: nmuwildcats.com/sports/wsoc/2019-20/boxscores/20190921_4ody.xml


The Wildcats faced two opponents last week but were unable to pull out victory as they fell to Winona State University and Northwood University.  On Friday, the team hosted Winona State and scored two goals late in the second half but the clock ran out before NMU was able to score a third goal, giving the Warriors a 3-2 victory.

Sunday saw NMU host Northwood and the Wildcats scored the game's first goal in the 39th minutes but Northwood scored with just eight seconds left in the half to tie the game for halftime. The Timberwolves then added another goal with just over three minutes to play which proved the difference to make it a 2-1 margin.


Junior goalkeeper Brianna Frontuto (Luxemburg, Wis.) has made 22 saves this season while only allowing six goals.  She is making stops on .786 percent of shots this season.  Her 22 saves places her third in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference while her save percentage is also ranked, placing her fifth in the league.


Five different players have scored goals this season for NMU. Seniors Kaitlynn Benson (Windsor, Ontario) and Jamie Montgomery (Gaithersburg, Md.) both have a goal this season, as does junior Isabela Cardoso (Sao Paulo, Brazil).

Sophomore Natalie Stampfly (Stevensville, Mich.) also has scored a goal along with freshman Evelyn Flor (Hugo, Minn).


Sophomore Caroline Halonen (Hartland, Mich.) paces the Wildcats with 14 shots this season. She is sixth in the league for attempted shots, but is currently the only player among the top 12 in the league without a goal. Last season, Halonen finished the season with nine goals. This season she has notched an assist.


The Wildcats come into Saturday's match looking to narrow the series as the Rangers hold a 3-1-1 advantage in the all-time series. Last season, the teams tied at 2-2 early in the year but Parkside took a 2-1 victory later in the season. The Rangers are 2-3 this season and come in after defeating Winona State 2-1 in their most recent contest.