GAME 11
COLUMBIA
ColumbiaBrown
BROWN

DATE Saturday, September 30
TIME 4:00 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 -  On Saturday, Sept. 30 at 4 p.m. the Columbia women's soccer team will host its first Ivy League opponent this season in Brown (8-2, 1-0 Ivy ). The Lions are unbeaten at home this season at 4-0-1 and will put their streak to the test against the Bears who have won their last five games.

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

COLUMBIA Team Matchup BROWN
5-4-1 Record 8-2-0
1-0
Ivy League
Conference 1-0
Ivy League
2.70
Goals Per Game 2.00
.162 Shot % .112
16 Assists 27

Emma Anderson (7g, 2a)
Natalie Neshat (7g, 1a)

Leading Scorer(s) Mikela Waldman (7g, 4a)
Star White (4g, 5a)

Sophie Whitehouse
(37 sv.)
(.771 sv %)

Goalkeeper Christine Etzel
(37 sv.)
(.771 sv %)

Sacred Heart (5-0, W)

Common Opp. Sacred Heart (2-1, W)

INSIDE THE SERIES:  Friday night will mark the 32nd meeting between these two Ivy League foes. While Brown leads the all-time series 19-15-7, the Lions are unbeaten in the last seven matches with four victories. In the teams' 2016 match in Providence, Emma Anderson chipped in the game-winning goal in the 89th minute to lift the Lions to a 1-0 victory.

A LOOK AT BROWN: The Bears have won five consecutive games heading into Saturday's match against Columbia, including a 1-0 overtime win over Dartmouth in their latest outing. Senior forward Mikela Waldman has emerged as the Bears leading scorer with a current league-leading total 18 points on seven goals and four assists this season.


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)

(9/5) - Columbia Blanks Stony Brook In 2-0 Home Victory

(9/8) - Four-Goal Half Leads Lifts Columbia To 5-0 Win Over Sacred Heart

(9/8) - Ivy League Performance Honor Roll: Emma Anderson (2 goals)

(9/22) - Columbia Defeats Cornell In Ivy League Opener, 2-0

(9/24) - Lions Set Scoring Record In 11-0 Win Over Wagner

(9/24) - 11 goals against Wagner marked a new single-game record for most goals scored, surpassing the previous record of 10 set in 1987.

(9/24) - Emma Anderson leads Columbia scoring with 3 goals and 2 assists for her first career hat trick.

(9/25) - Emma Anderson Named Ivy League Player of the Week (4g, 2a).

(9/25) - Ivy League Performance Honor Roll: Emma Anderson (4g, 2a), Natalie Neshat (2 goals)

(9/27) - Emma Anderson Voted DI NCAA Women's Soccer Player of the Week


IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS

TEAM PTS GP IVY RECORD
OVERALL RECORD
Princeton 1 1 1-0 8-1
BROWN 1
1 1-0 8-2
COLUMBIA 1 1 1-0 5-4-1
Cornell 1 1 1-0 2-5-2
Penn 0 1 0-1 6-3-1
Yale 0 1 0-1 6-4
Harvard 0 1 0-1 4-5
Dartmouth 0 1 0-1 2-4-1

OVERALL RANKINGS

TEAM CATEGORY STATS IVY RANK NATIONAL RANK
Columbia Goals
27 1 11
Columbia Scoring Off.
2.7 1 10
Columbia Points 70 1 22
NAME CATEGORY STATS IVY RANK NATIONAL RANK
N. Neshat
E. Anderson
Goals Per Game 0.78
0.70
1
3
16
30
E. Anderson
N. Neshat
Goals 7
7
T-1
T-1
26
26
E. Anderson
N. Neshat
Points 16
15
2
3
36
44

UP NEXT: The Lions will return to action on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. to host Penn in Rocco b. Commisso Soccer Stadium. This match will stream live on ESPN3 and the Ivy League Network.