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Co-Players of the Week
Kerri St. Aubin, UW-Milwaukee, Senior, Goalkeeper, Sterling Heights, Mich.
St. Aubin shut out Wright State in Milwaukee's only match last week, a 2-0 win on Oct. 10. She stopped six Raider shots for her fourth shutout of the season. The shutout pushed her record in league games to a perfect 15-0. She also boasts a 0.39 GAA and seven shutouts all-time in league play.

Shelly Piccirillo, Detroit, Senior, Forward, Niagara Falls, Ontario
Piccirillo scored Detroit's record-setting 13th goal against Cleveland State on Oct. 8 and the first goal in the Titans' 2-1 win over Loyola two days later, before leaving with an injury. This season she has posted five goals and five assists and is second on the team with 15 points.

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Marcie Stucky, Butler, Sophomore, Defender, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Sophomore Marcie Stucky led the Bulldogs to a 2-0 win over league foe Youngstown State Oct. 8, scoring the game-winning goal and assisting on an insurance score less than three minutes later. Stucky's second goal of the season--both game-winners--came at the 66:42 mark as she netted a free kick from six yards outside the box. Less than three minutes later, she served a ball to senior Rachel Pivarnik, who headed the ball into the net. Stucky also anchors the Bulldogs' defense from her center defender position. Butler is only allowing one goal per game this season.

Ashley Baron, Loyola, Senior, Midfielder, Mt. Prospect, Ill.
On Oct. 8, Ashley Baron of the Loyola Ramblers scored the game-winning goal against the University of Iowa with only 24 seconds left in the second half. Two days later, Baron assisted Mary Dale in scoring the last goal of the game against Detroit.

Brooke Wikgren, UW-Green Bay, Freshman, Goalkeeper, Champaign, Ill.
Wikgren had her streak of scoreless soccer end late in UW-Green Bay's game with Minnesota Oct. 9. After making a huge save midway through the second half to keep the slate clean, Minnesota snuck a ball past Wikgren to end her scoreless soccer streak at 294:30 over the span of four games. Wikgren made four saves in the setback. On the year, Wikgren owns a GAA of 1.51 in 11 games.

Casey Cornely, Wright State, Sophomore, Forward, Pataskala, Ohio
Cornely scored the first and fifth goals in the Raiders' 6-0 victory over Cleveland State. She also assisted on the final goal of the contest to amount to five points for the game. The two goals were the first two of her career.

Mia Railing, Youngstown State, Senior, Goalkeeper, Wheeling, W.V.
Despite YSU dropping two close matches, Railing had another solid weekend in front of the net, recording 16 saves against Butler and 11 saves against IPFW. Railing has started in 11 contests this season, collecting 108 saves. She has recorded 10 or more saves on seven occasions, including a season-high 17 against North Carolina State.

Notes and Quotes
Butler Bulldogs (4-6-2, 2-2-0)
The Oct. 11 match against North Dakota State will end a busy 14 days for the Bulldogs, a stretch that will see the team play six matches.

Cleveland State Vikings (0-14, 0-3)
The health of the Vikings continues to limit the options available to head coach Derrek Falor and CSU will use a nine-day break to get healthy for the league stretch drive. The Vikings have been without three starters for the last two weeks, leaving Falor with a shallow bench to call on. Starting goalie Allie Zajaros is sidelined for the remainder of the year with a knee sprain suffered against Bowling Green (Oct. 1). Senior midfielder Jessica Larsen has missed the last five matches with an ankle injury while tonsillitis has kept freshman defender Shayna Back off the field for the last four contests.

One by-product of the Viking offensive struggles this year has been an increasingly larger number of shots by CSU opponents and consequently, saves by Viking netminders. Cleveland State has been outshot, 401-69 for the year with CSU goalies combining to make 163 saves in the 14 games (11.64 spg). Allie Zajaros has made 76 saves in 10 games in goal, including a school-record 18 against Bowling Green on Oct. 1. It was the most saves by a goalie in the Horizon League this year and the third-highest total in league history. Ashley Kidwell leads the team with 87 saves in 10 games, including double figure save totals in three straight matches. She made a career-high 15 stops at Detroit last week.

Detroit Titans (8-4-1, 4-0-0)
The Titans' 13-goal outburst against Cleveland State on Oct. 8 broke four school records for a single game - goals (13), individual goals (5 - Mary Parker), points (12 - Mary Parker {5 goals, 2 assists}), most goals in the first half (8).

The Titan seniors were honored in a pre-match celebration prior to the match against Loyola. They are the first class since 2001 to win their home finale.

Mary Parker now sits in the top three in the nation in goals with 15. She is just five away from tying the school record of 20 in a single season.

Senior Mandi Jasky has moved into sixth place all-time at Detroit with her six assists this season. She now has 18 for her career.

Loyola Ramblers (5-5-2, 1-2-0)
Emily Peick recorded nine saves in a 1-0 victory over Iowa. The Ramblers' next three games are at home facing three conference teams (UW-Milwaukee, Wright State, UW-Green Bay).

UW-Green Bay Phoenix (3-7-2, 1-1-1)
UW-Green Bay's 1-0 loss to Minnesota Oct. 10 marked the team's fifth one-goal loss of the season. All three of the team's losses at Phoenix Field have been by a one-goal margin.

The Phoenix will host Butler Oct. 15 in hopes of ending a 12-game losing streak to the Bulldogs. The lone victory for UW-Green Bay in the series came during the 1994 season, a 2-1 win at Phoenix Field.

UW-Milwaukee Panthers (6-6-2, 4-0-0)
The Panthers are set to finish their school-record streak of five straight road games on Oct. 13 at Loyola. Through the first four games of the trip, UWM is 3-0-1 after beginning the season 0-3 on the road. Milwaukee follows this up with a four-game homestand to end the regular season, the second-longest such streak in team history.

Kerri St. Aubin's shuotut of Wright State on Wednesday pushed her record in league games to a perfect 15-0. She also boasts a 0.39 GAA and seven shutouts all-time in league play.

Wright State Raiders (7-5-1, 3-1-1)
The Raiders split a pair of matches this week, defeating first-year program Cleveland State and then falling 2-0 to the undefeated Panthers of UWM (4-0 HL). The Raiders scored six goals against the Vikings and then were shut out by UWM. Goalie Steph Comisar combined with Beth Ann Meyer for a shutout against CSU. That gives Comisar 4.5 shutouts on the year.

Youngstown State Penguins (0-13-1, 0-6-0)
The Penguins have only three matches remaining this season and are still in search of their first win under new head coach Anthony James. This season, the Penguins have lost six contests by two or fewer.

YSU faces Western Michigan for the first time in the program's history on Oct. 15 and then travels to Cleveland to take on in-state rival CSU on Oct. 17 in the team's final Horizon League match.

Sophomore transfer Katie Duracky scored her second goal of the season against IPFW (Oct. 10). She continues to lead the Penguins with 41 shots and 2 goals.

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