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Huskers Visit Purdue, Indiana to Begin Road Stretch
The Nebraska soccer team (8-3-3, 2-1-3 Big Ten) begins a set of four consecutive Big Ten road games when the Huskers travel to Indiana this week.
The Huskers visit West Lafayette, Ind., for a Thursday tilt against Purdue, starting at 6 p.m. (CT). NU finishes its trip on Sunday when they square off with Indiana in Bloomington, Ind., starting at 11 a.m. (CT). Both games will be streamed live on BTN Plus.
NU enters the week with a season-high five-match unbeaten streak. The Huskers, who are ranked 65th in the RPI, have gone 2-0-3 during that stretch with ties against both ranked opponents they have faced this season.
Last Time Out
The Huskers defeated Maryland, 3-0, on Thursday, Oct. 5 and tied No. 23 Rutgers, 1-1, on Sunday, Oct. 8 at Hibner Stadium.
The Huskers hit the road to face Iowa (Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.) and Northwestern (Saturday, Oct. 21 with the time to be determined after the announcement of the kickoff time for the Wildcats’ home football game that day).
• Points: Haley Hanson (18)
• Goals: Haley Hanson (8)
• Assists: Brenna Ochoa (5)
• Saves: Aubrei Corder (32)
• Game-Winning Goals: Elyse Huber (3)
• Minutes Played: Alli Peterson (1,340*)
*-The minutes are rounded up from the 1,339:41 of time Nebraska has played this season. Sinclaire Miramontez has played all but 28 seconds this season.
Hanson Stepping Up During Senior Season
• Senior Haley Hanson entered her final year at Nebraska as the leading returning goal-scorer, points earner and tied for the most returning assists on the team. She has added to each those totals during the 2017 campaign.
• This season, Hanson has eight goals and two assists.
» Has the most goals on the team
» Is tied for the second-most assists on the team
» Has 18 points, the most on the team
» Has two game-winning goals, the second-most on the team
» Has played 1,281 of a possible 1,340 minutes
» Has started all 14 games this season
» Has two multiple-goal efforts, which came against Missouri (Aug. 27) and Maryland (Oct. 5)
» Ranks third in the Big Ten in goals scored
• In her career, Hanson has 18 goals, five assists and 41 points
» Her 70 career appearances and 67 career starts both rank first on the team
» Entered her senior season with 23 points, 16 ahead of the next closest returning Husker
» Led all returning Huskers in career goals (10), eight ahead of the next closest returner
» Was tied for the most returning career assists (3) with Meg Brandt
• As a junior in 2016, Hanson earned third-team All-Big Ten honors.
» Scored seven goals, the second-most on the team behind third-team All-American Jaycie Johnson’s 11 goals
» Started all 22 games and amassed 2,059 minutes
» Had three assists, tied for the second-most on the team behind second-team All-Big Ten Team member Sydney Miramontez’s seven assists.
» Had 17 points, the second-most on the team behind Johnson’s 24 points
• As a sophomore in 2015, Hanson appeared in 15 of Nebraska’s 17 matches, scoring three goals.
• As a freshman in 2014, Hanson made 19 appearances, including 16 starts.
Huskers Have Multiple Scoring Options
• Nebraska has had 11 different players score goals this season, compared to last year when seven Huskers scored at least one goal. This year’s team has 26 goals through 14 games, while last year’s team, which qualified for the NCAA Tournament, scored 25 goals in 22 games.
• Three Huskers have scored more than one goal this season, while eight Huskers each have one. Haley Hanson has eight goals, Elyse Huber has six goals and Meg Brandt has three scores.
• Four Huskers who haven’t scored goals this season have earned points by way of assists. In all, Nebraska has 18 assists this season.
• Nebraska has 14 players that have scored at least one point this season, compared to last year when 10 Huskers earned at least one point.
Corder Setting the Tone for Nebraska’s Defense
• Sophomore goalkeeper Aubrei Corder has started all 14 games and played nearly every minute this season after playing every second as a true freshman in 2016.
• Corder has 17 career complete-game shutouts in 36 appearances.
» Ranks fourth on Nebraska’s career records list, four behind Erin Miller (21) for third
» Her six complete-game shutouts this season rank 29th in the nation and third in the Big Ten
» Her 11 shutouts last season tied for the fifth-most shutouts in a single season in NU history
» Her 11 shutouts last season ranked ninth nationally in 2016
• Corder has 110 career saves.
» Ranks ninth on Nebraska’s career saves list, five behind Tara Macdonald (115) for eighth
» Has 32 saves this season
» Had 78 saves last season
• Corder has 19 career wins.
» Ranks tied for sixth with Katie Wright on NU’s career goalkeeper wins list, two behind Jamie Klages (21) for fifth
» Has eight wins this season
» Earned 11 wins last season
• Corder started all 22 games and amassed more than 2,109 minutes last season.
» Fourth-most minutes in goal for a Husker in a single season
» 11th-most minutes in goal in the nation last season
• Corder has allowed 28 goals in her career, earning a goals-against average of 0.73.
» Has allowed eight goals this season for a goals-against average of 0.54
» Allowed 20 goals last season, earning a goals-against average of 0.85
• Corder earned her 100th career save on Sept. 24 to become the ninth Husker to reach the milestone.
• Corder attended the 2017 U.S. Under-19 Women’s National Team Training Camp from Jan. 28-Feb. 4 in Sunrise, Fla. She was one of 30 players selected.
• Corder collected three Big Ten weekly awards in 2016. She was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week in back-to-back weeks on Oct. 18 and Oct. 25. Corder also earned Big Ten Defensive-Player-of-the-Week honors on Oct. 25.
Huskers Manage Win, Tie Against Maryland, Rutgers
• Nebraska went 1-0-1 against Maryland and Rutgers at Hibner Stadium, Oct. 5-8. The Huskers outshot the two opponents by a combined total of 33-9, which included a 14-4 edge in shots on goal.
• Theresa Pujado scored her first career goal in the 38th minute against Maryland on Oct. 5, while Haley Hanson had a two-goal performance in NU’s 3-0 triumph over the Terrapins.
• Hanson scored her third goal of the weekend in a 1-1 tie against No. 23 Rutgers on Oct. 8.
• Pujado was named Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week on Oct. 10.
Huskers Pick Up Four Points in Michigan
• Nebraska went 1-0-1 during its first Big Ten road trip, Sept. 29-Oct. 1.
• The Huskers dismantled Michigan State, 3-0, in East Lansing, Mich., on Sept. 29. Elyse Huber and Meg Brandt each scored one goal, while an own goal counted for NU’s other score.
• NU tied Michigan, 1-1, in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Oct. 1. The Huskers outshot the Wolverines, 25-9, but Huber’s goal in the 31st minute proved to be the only score for the Big Red.
Huskers Tie Penn State During First Big Ten Weekend
• Nebraska went 0-1-1 during the first weekend of Big Ten play at Hibner Stadium, Sept. 22-24.
• Despite outshooting Ohio State, 18-8 (including a 7-3 edge in shots on goal), the Huskers fell to the Buckeyes, 1-0, on Sept. 22.
• Nebraska tied No. 7 Penn State, 1-1, on Sept. 24 in a match which featured a two-hour, 32-minute lightning delay in the first half. Senior Haley Hanson scored her fifth goal of the season in the 45th minute on a header off an assist from Sinclaire Miramontez.
• Goalkeeper Aubrei Corder earned her 100th career save as time expired in double overtime against the Nittany Lions.
• With the weather delay, the match against Penn State spanned four hours and 46 minutes.
Huskers Finish Non-Conference Slate with Home Split
• Nebraska went 1-1 in the final non-conference weekend of the season, Sept. 8-10, at Hibner Stadium. The Huskers outshot their two opponents by a combined total of 38-15.
• The Huskers fell to San Diego State, 2-1, with 19 seconds remaining in double overtime on Sept. 8. Meg Brandt scored her second goal of the season in the 44th minute.
• Nebraska scored three first-half goals against Pittsburgh on Sept. 10 en route to a 3-0 win over the Panthers to close out the weekend. Elyse Huber notched her fourth goal of the season, while Sami Reinhard and Michaela Loebel each scored their first career goals.
Huskers Split Matches at Cougar Classic
• Nebraska went 1-1 at the Cougar Classic, Sept 1-3, in Pullman, Wash.
• NU’s first loss of the season was a 1-0 setback to Washington State on Sept. 1.
• The Huskers responded to the loss with a 1-0 win over Montana on Sept. 3. Haley Hanson scored her fourth goal of the season in the win over Montana.
Huskers Record Pair of Shutouts in First Home Weekend
• Nebraska won both of its games during the first home weekend of the season, Aug. 25-27, by a combined score of 6-0. Nebraska outshot South Dakota and Missouri by a combined total of 35-11.
• Three Huskers (Emilee Cincotta, Sinclaire Miramontez and Savanah Uveges) each scored their first career goal at Nebraska in the Huskers’ 3-0 win over South Dakota on Aug. 25.
• Haley Hanson scored twice against Missouri on Aug. 27, while Caroline Buelt added a goal in NU’s 3-0 triumph over the Tigers.
• Brenna Ochoa earned an assist in both games.
Huber Leads Offense on Opening Weekend
• Sophomore forward Elyse Huber scored three of Nebraska’s six goals during the first weekend of the season, as the Huskers defeated Kansas and Tulsa.
• Huber earned the first United Soccer Coaches Player-of-the-Week award for the 2017 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer season on Aug. 22.
• On Aug. 18, Huber scored her first career goal in the 37th minute to help NU to a 3-0 win over Kansas.
• On Aug. 20, Huber scored twice in NU’s 3-1 win over Tulsa. She scored in the 26th minute before adding her second goal in the 69th minute.
• Huber’s three goals on opening weekend occurred on four shots, all of which were on goal.
Seniors Guiding the Way
• Nebraska’s seniors have combined for 22 career goals and 11 career assists while at Nebraska. This season, they have scored 10 goals and added five assists.
• Helena Ferraz is the lone goalkeeper among the senior class and the lone Husker who was a member of the 2013 Big Ten regular-season and tournament champion team. Ferraz redshirted in 2013 during her first year with the program.
• Two seniors, Alexis Rienks and Amanda McClanahan, each began their collegiate careers at different schools before transferring to Nebraska. Rienks played two seasons at New Mexico State, scoring one goal and one assist in 41 appearances. McClanahan played at Tennessee in 2014 before joining the Huskers.
• Haley Hanson, Alli Peterson, Sami Reinhard and Amanda Hilton are each in their fourth year at Nebraska.
Sophomores Showing Form
• Goalkeeper Aubrei Corder has started all 14 games and played nearly every minute for the Huskers this season. She has 17 career complete-game shutouts in 36 appearances after playing every minute in goal for the Huskers last season.
• Meg Brandt and Sinclaire Miramontez, who each earned Big Ten All-Freshman status in 2016, have started all 14 games this season. Brandt has scored three goals this season. Miramontez has played nearly every second for the Huskers this season, and scored her first career goal against South Dakota on Aug. 25.
• Brenna Ochoa has started all 14 games for the Huskers this season, and leads the team in assists (5). Ochoa has played 1,237 of a possible 1,340 minutes in 2017.
• Elyse Huber has scored six goals this season, the second-most among all Huskers in 2017.
Newcomers Making an Impact
• Nebraska welcomed eight freshmen and one transfer to the roster in 2017.
• Freshman Theresa Pujado has started four games and played 10 games altogether this season for 365 minutes. Pujado has one goal and one assist this season, and claimed Big Ten Co-Freshman-of-the-Week accolades on Oct. 10.
• Freshman Natalie Cooke has made 13 appearances, and one start, for a total of 265 minutes.
• Freshman Grace Brown has made nine appearances, and seven starts, for 420 minutes.
• Freshman Sarah Thrush has made three appearances for 28 minutes.
• Junior Faith Carter, a Papillion, Neb., native, joined the Husker program after two seasons at Texas Christian University. Carter scored 10 goals during her time with the Horned Frogs. This season, she has made five appearances for a total of 70 minutes.
Home Sweet Hibner
• Nebraska is in its third year at Barbara Hibner Stadium in 2017, with nine regular-season home games scheduled.
• In eight home games this season, the Huskers have welcomed 8,249 fans, an average of 1,031 per game.
» The total of 8,249 fans ranks 20th nationally
» The average of 1,031 fans per game ranks 27th nationally
• In Hibner Stadium history, Nebraska has welcomed 33,678 fans over 28 games, an average of 1,202 per game.
• In its first two seasons combined, Hibner Stadium welcomed 25,429 fans over 20 games, an average of 1,271 per game.
• In 2016, Hibner Stadium hosted 13,002 fans over 11 games.
» Ranked 16th nationally, and was the second-most fans in a season in Husker history
» The average of 1,182 fans per game ranked 18th nationally, and was the third-highest average number of fans in a season in Husker history
• In 2015, Hibner Stadium hosted 12,427 fans over nine games.
» Ranked 18th nationally, and was the third-most fans in a season in Husker history
» The average of 1,381 fans per game ranked 13th nationally in average attendance, and was the second-highest average number of fans in a season in Husker history
• Hibner Stadium opened in 2015 with an overall capacity of 2,500, which includes 1,800 grandstand seats in addition to berm seating and standing room only from the elevated viewing deck.
• First game at Hibner Stadium: Aug. 12, 2015 (Exhibition vs. South Dakota State)
• First regular-season game at Hibner Stadium: Aug. 21, 2015 (vs. Kansas)
• Highest single-game attendance at Hibner Stadium: 2,746 (Sept. 11, 2015 vs. North Carolina)
Husker Trio Named to Big Ten Preseason Honors List
• Aubrei Corder, Haley Hanson and Sinclaire Miramontez each earned spots on the Big Ten Preseason Honors List, announced by the conference on Aug. 14.
• The Big Ten also released its preseason coaches’ poll on Aug. 14, and the Huskers are picked to finish seventh in the conference.
• Exhibition: Colorado College (Aug. 12)
» #22 Nebraska won, 3-1
» Goals: Haley Hanson (10’, 18’), Natalie Cooke (29’)
» Nebraska played three goalkeepers (time played in parentheses): Aubrei Corder (67:17), Lauren Smith (14:15), Helena Ferraz (8:28)
• at Kansas (Aug. 18)
» #22 Nebraska won, 3-0
» Goals: Meg Brandt (7’), Elyse Huber (37’), Alexis Rienks (69’)
• vs. Tulsa (Aug. 20)
» #22 Nebraska won, 3-1
» Goals: Elyse Huber (26’, 69’), Haley Hanson (73’)
» Nebraska outshot Tulsa, 19-6
• South Dakota (Aug. 25)
» #14 Nebraska won, 3-0
» Goals: Emilee Cincotta (43’), Sinclaire Miramontez (71’), Savanah Uveges (90’)
» Marked the first career goals for all three scorers
» Nebraska outshot South Dakota, 20-3 (9-1 in shots on goal)
• Missouri (Aug. 27)
» #14 Nebraska won, 3-0
» Goals: Haley Hanson (2’, 68’), Caroline Buelt (65’)
• at Washington State (Sept. 1)
» Washington State won, 1-0
• vs. Montana (Sept. 3)
» #14 Nebraska won, 1-0
» Goals: Haley Hanson (39’)
• San Diego State (Sept. 8)
» San Diego State won, 2-1 (2OT)
» Goals: Meg Brandt (44’)
» Nebraska outshot San Diego State, 17-8
• Pittsburgh (Sept. 10)
» #22 Nebraska won, 3-0
» Goals: Elyse Huber (15’), Sami Reinhard (16’), Michaela Loebel (33’)
• Ohio State (Sept. 22)
» Ohio State won, 1-0
» Nebraska outshot Ohio State, 18-8 (7-3 in shots on goal)
• #7 Penn State (Sept. 24)
» Tied, 1-1 (2OT)
» Goals: Haley Hanson (45’)
» Goalkeeper Aubrei Corder earned her 100th career save
» Game spanned 4 hours and 46 minutes (included a 2-hour, 32-minute lightning delay from 1:48 p.m. to 4:20 p.m. CT at the 7:13 mark in the first half)
• at Michigan State (Sept. 29)
» Nebraska won, 3-0
» Goals: Elyse Huber (7’), Own Goal (51’), Meg Brandt (72’)
» Nebraska had 13 shots on goal
• at Michigan (Oct. 1)
» Tied, 1-1 (2OT)
» Goals: Elyse Huber (31’)
» Nebraska outshot Michigan, 25-9
• Maryland (Oct. 5)
» Nebraska won, 3-0
» Goals: Theresa Pujado (38’), Haley Hanson (47’, 62’)
» Nebraska outshot Maryland, 15-3, including an 8-1 edge in shots on goal
• #23 Rutgers (Oct. 8)
» Tied, 1-1 (2OT)
» Goals: Haley Hanson (7’)
» Nebraska outshot Rutgers, 18-6