Women's Soccer Closes Home Schedule This Weekend


vs Winnipeg Game Notes | vs Manitoba Game Notes

Game 1 Information

Date Saturday, Oct. 15
Time 12 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, SK
Venue Field 7 in PotashCorp Park
Series ('01) SSK Leads 5-0-1
  Home 2-0
  Current Streak SSK W 1
  Last Meeting Sept. 18, 2016
         SSK 4 @ WPG 2

Game 2 Information

Date Sunday, Oct. 16
Time 12 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, SK
Venue Field 7 in PotashCorp Park
Series ('01) SSK Leads 11-6
  Home 5-3
  Current Streak SSK W 9
  Last Meeting Sept. 17, 2016
          SSK 1 @ MAN 0

5 Things

  1. The Huskies will play their final home matches of the regular season this weekend on Field 7.
  2. Saskatchewan will recognize its fifth-year players Erica Hindmarsh and Meagan Manson in their final regular season home appearance.
  3. The Huskies have enjoyed success over both visitors from the East. The Huskies have not lost to Winnipeg in program history and haven't fallen to Manitoba since 2009.
  4. The playoff race heats up with just two weeks left in the season. Saskatchewan is still aiming for a spot near the top of the division standings.
  5. Both of this weekend's opponents are still in the playoff chase. Manitoba is looking to secure hosting duties in the first round, while Winnipeg is locked in a three way race for two of the final playoff spots.

By The Numbers

9 - The Huskies have won 9 straight meetings with Manitoba and haven't lost in 6 meetings with Winnipeg. 

42 - Fifth-year striker Erica Hindmarsh has 42 points in her Huskie career, trailing the all-time record by just 10. 

47 - The Huskies have been strong during the second half of games this season outscroing opponents and accumulating 47 more shots

69 - The Huskies are fifth in the conference with 69 shots on goal this season. 

Scouting The Wesmen

The Trinity Western Spartans are looking to return to the Canada West Final in 2015. The Spartans fell to the UBC T-Birds in the conference championship last fall on Field 7 in Saskatoon. 

TWU got off to a good start to its season with a 2-1 victory over the Fraser Falley Cascades. Jenaya Robertson scored in the 83rd minute to seal the victory for the Spartans. 

After finishing with the conference silver medal a season ago, the Spartans were picked second in the coaches poll and are currently ranked No. 4 in the CIS Top 10. 

Scouting The Bisons

Manitoba is in search of just its second win in the month of October as they look to stay in the mix for a top playoff seed.

The Bisons face Regina on Saturday before travelling to Saskatoon. Manitoba will finish the regular season at home against UBC and Victoria.

Manitoba is led offensively by Selina Speranza and Amanda Wong with seven points respectively. Speranze has five goals and two assists with Wong recording two goals and five assists.