GAME 5
COLUMBIA
ColumbiaStony Brook
STONY BROOK

DATE Friday, September 8
TIME 6:00 p.m.
VENUE Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium
LOCATION New York, N.Y.
DIRECTIONS Directions to R.B.C. Stadium
VIDEO IVY LEAGUE NETWORK
MEDIA LIVE STATS
TWITTER HANDLE  @ColumbiaWsoccer
@GoColumbiaLions

  GAME 6
COLUMBIA
ColumbiaSacred Heart
SACRED HEART

DATE Sunday, September 10
TIME 1:00 p.m.
VENUE Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium
LOCATION New York, N.Y.
DIRECTIONS Directions to R.B.C. Stadium
VIDEO IVY LEAGUE NETWORK
MEDIA LIVE STATS
TWITTER HANDLE  @ColumbiaWsoccer
@GoColumbiaLions

 

NEW YORK -  A return to Rocco B. Commisso Stadium for a pair of home matches is on tap for the Columbia women's soccer team this weekend. On Friday, Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. the Lions will host Stony Brook, followed by Sacred Heart on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 1 p.m.

Game admission is free at Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium. Fans can also catch the action streaming live on the Ivy League Network and through the media links above.

COLUMBIA Team Matchup STONY BROOK
1-2-1 Record 2-4-0
Ivy League Conference America East
1.25
Goals Per Game 1.00
.104 Shot % .078
4 Assists 3

Natalie Neshat (2 goals)
Emily Koe (1g, 1a)

Leading Scorer(s) Rachel Florenz (3 goals)
J. Johnstonbaugh (1g, 1a)

Sophie Whitehouse
(23 sv.)
(.767 sv %)

Goalkeeper Sofia Maner
(23 sv.)
(.767 sv %)

INSIDE THE SERIES:  The Lions are 3-0-2 in the lastest meetings against the Seawolves, with Stony Brook holding a slight edge in the all-time series at 9-8-3. The 2016 match resulted in a 0-0 draw in Stony Brook.


COLUMBIA  Team Matchup SACRED HEART
1-2-1 Record 0-0
Ivy League Conference NEC
1.25
Goals Per Game 0.71*
.104 Shot % .101*
4 Assists 8*

Natalie Neshat (2 goals)
Emily Koe (1g, 1a)

Leading Scorer(s)

Sara Cortes (2g, 1a)*
Sibhoan Mcgovern (2 goals)*
Marissa Aniolowski (2 goals)*

Sophie Whitehouse
(23 sv.)
(.767 sv %)

Goalkeeper Anna Maclean
(85 sv.)
(.759 sv %)*

*As of Sept. 6

INSIDE THE SERIES: Columbia leads the all-time series 3-0-2 with a tie coming in the last two meetings in 2014 an 2016. Sacred Heart will host Hartford on Thursday, Sept. 7 before taking on the Lions.


COLUMBIA SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: 

(8/25) - Home Opener Battle Against Hofstra Ends In 1-1 Draw

(8/27) - Two Goals By Neshat Leads Columbia Over Seton Hall, 4-2

(8/28) - Ivy Leauge Performance Honor Roll: Emily Koe (1g, 1a), Natalie Neshat (2 goals)

UP NEXT: The Lions will take on local foe Fordham on Friday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Bronx, followed by a trip to Philadelphia on Sunday, Sept. 15 to face Saint Joseph's in a 1 p.m. match.