Women's soccer host Campbell at Summers-Taylor Stadium, Saturday
Monty
Monty

Friday, October 10, 2008

(October 10, 2008) - After picking up back-to back Atlantic Sun Conference wins against Belmont last Sunday, and USC Upstate Tuesday night, the ETSU women's soccer team returns home as they host the Fighting Camels of Campbell, with a 2:00 p.m., contest Saturday at Summers-Taylor Stadium.

 

ETSU (5-6-0, 3-2 A-Sun) now sits atop the league standings with Belmont. Both team have nine points, however the Bucs own the tiebreaker after defeating the Bruins in their last home match.

 

Leading the way for ETSU is sophomore midfielder Kelly Brinkman (Clearwater, Fla.) who fired in both ETSU goals in the win in Spartanburg, S.C. After her outstanding performance Brinkman now sits tied with teammate Jordan Monty (Mesquite, Texas) for the team lead in points with seven.

 

Campbell (3-6-2, 2-3 A-Sun) comes into the contest splitting its last two conferences matches. The Camels dropped a 1-0 decision to Stetson, before picking up a 3-1 win against Upstate. Leading the way for Campbell is Kaili Terry with seven points, while goalkeeper Boomie Luck sits sixth among league keepers with 58 saves.

 

Also the ETSU athletic marketing and promotions department is proud to annouce that Saturday's game will be faculty appreciation day. The six ETSU's professors were all chossen by various members of the Bucs women's soccer team.

 

Dr. Edward Dwyer, professor for the Department of Curriculm, Dr. Chris Ayres, associate professor with the Department of Kinesiology and Sports and Leisure Management, Dr. Lana Becker, which sits on the board with the Department of Accountancy, Dr. Michael McKinney, assistant dean of the College of Business and Technology, Dr. Ellen Drummond, nursing professor and Dr. Jamie Howard, professor of the College of Arts and Sciences, will all be honored at halftime for their great contribution to ETSU.

 

For more information and women's soccer please visit www.ETSUBUCS.com.

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