League-Leaders Oakland Battle Fort Wayne on Saturday

Oct. 19, 2012

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The top two teams in the Summit League will face each other when Oakland (7-4-3, 4-1) travels to play Fort Wayne (7-6-1, 3-1-1) on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. The Golden Grizzlies sit atop the league standings with the Mastodons sitting in second and only three matches left in the season.

Oakland (7-4-3, 4-1-0 Summit) vs Fort Wayne (7-6-1, 3-1-1 Summit)
Fort Wayne, Ind.  - October 20, 2012


Hefner Soccer Complex 

Team Stats
Oakland | Fort Wayne
Ticket Info

Admission is Free
(Match is a doubleheader with OU Men's Team)

Live Stats

Live Stats (Fort Wayne)

All-Time Series

All-Time Series: Oakland leads  6-0
Last Meeting:  Oakland won 1-0 (Oct. 1, 2011)
Last Meeting in Ft. Wayne: Oakland won 5-2 (Oct. 16, 2010)

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Kyla Kellermann was named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week on Monday for her two goal performance at South Dakota

▪ Oakland moved into sole posession of first place in The Summit League standings with a 4-1 league record following a 2-0 win over USD on Sunday, after dropping a 2-0 decision at Kansas City on Friday

▪ Goalkeepers Shannon Coley and Payj O'Shea each recorded one save to earn the shutout win over South Dakota. It was the sixth shutout this season for OU

Abigail Haelewyn leads the Summit League with nine assists this season and is No. 7 in the nation in assists per-game and No. 8 in total assists

▪ Kellermann leads Oakland and The Summit League in goals (8) and points (19) this season

▪ Kellermann has won two Summit League OFfensive Player of the Week Awards this season. Coley has won two Summit League Defensive Player of the Week Awards, while Megan Reynolds and Haelewyn have also claimed the offensive award

▪ OU tied two of the three Big Ten teams it faced this season

▪ Kellermann scored a hat trick against Rochester College, which tied for third most in single-game history at OU

▪ Haelewyn assisted on three goals in the match against Rochester College, which ties for fourth best in a single-game at Oakland

▪ Oakland was tabbed as the favorite in The Summit League Preseason Coaches Poll for the 11th time in school history, just edging South Dakota State this season with five first-place votes

▪ The Golden Grizzlies were unbeaten in preseason play with a 1-1 draw at Cleveland State and a 5-1 home win over Valparaiso

▪ Oakland won the 2011 Summit Leauge Championship on the OU Soccer Field, advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in school history, where they faced Wake Forest

▪ Oakland has won 13 Summit League Titles (Six Regular Season, Seven Championship Tournament) since 2000, which ranks as the eighth most in the nation among all Division I women's soccer programs.

▪ Be sure to check out postmatch coverage, which includes Grizz Vision interviews with the players and coaches




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