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  • #27964

    TMH
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    Interesting stat. There are only 6 teams who are unscored upon this season. Miller with 17 saves has 5 more than the other 5 goalies.
    The last time Lehigh began the year with 5 shutouts was 2005 during the Kafka/Lewandowski years.

    #27965

    toddcudd
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    Crazy unscored on streak, too – extending back to last year. You have the number?

    #27966

    TMH
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    The streak is at 380 min this season with Miller in goal. It is 453.57 min extending back to last year. That’s about 7-1/2 hours of soccer.
    I think I’ll check out the game vs Binghamton tomorrow.

    #27990

    TMH
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    I know all the focus is on Lehigh-Villanova today but the Lehigh-Villanova matchup tomorrow (women’s soccer) may be appealing too.
    Lehigh turned in it’s 5th shutout in a row last night to open the season. That is now 470 minutes without allowing a goal. As of Thursday, Lehigh was only 1 of 5 teams in the nation to be unscored upon. We have outscored our opponents 12-0 in that streak.
    The attendance was listed as 323. The counter must have left early. There were a lot of students at the game, mostly athletes. Lehigh handed out noisemakers and they took full advantage of them. There was chanting and it was wonderfully loud and raucous.

    #27991

    toddcudd
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    Any insight on the quality of ‘nova’s women’s soccer? is this a step up for us?

    #27993

    TMH
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    Villanova soccer is kind of an enigma this year. They are 1-5 so far but 2 of their losses were to Top 10 teams (UNC and Minn) and another was to Princeton who also got votes.
    The game will be shown online tomorrow at 6:00.

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