ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Park University women's soccer team is heading to St. Louis, Missouri, to take on St. Louis College of Pharmacy in their American Midwest Conference play on Wednesday, September 13, at 7 p.m. The Pirates enter the game 2-2, while the Eutectics enter the game 2-1.

  

Park traveled to Leavenworth, Kansas, on Saturday (September 9) to play their last non-conference game against the University of St. Mary. The Pirates beat the Spires 4-0 to continue their win-streak.

 

Isabel Sullivan has led the way for the Pirates' offense with scoring five goals. Her teammates, Emma Chatterton and Gabi Severns, both have tailed two goals each this season. Sullivan has added two assists, while her teammates, Chatterton and Maria Carvalho, have added one assist each. Sullivan is averaging 1.25 goals per game and 0.50 assists per game for Park. Sullivan has a total of 12 points, while Chatterton has a total of five points.

 

The Eutectics' offense is led Cynthia Arackal and Christina Arackal. Christina Arackal has scored four goals and assisted one goal, while her teammate, Cynthia Arackal, has scored three goals and assisted two goals. Four players have scored one goal each, while three players have assisted one goal each. Cynthia Arackal is averaging 1.00 goals per game and averaging 0.67 assists per game.

  

Alyssa Gregory has played the last two games in the net for the Pirates' defense. Gregory was recognized by the AMC this week earning defensive player of the week. She has made seven saves and allowed only one goal over the 180 minutes she has played in the net. Gregory is averaging 3.50 saves per game.

 

The Eutectics' Kylee Lewis has played 270 minutes in the net so far this season. Lewis has made 18 saves and is averaging 6.00 saves per game. She has allowed eight goals on the Eutectics' defense.

 

There will be live stats and live available at www.parkathletics.tv against the Eutectics.

 

The Pirates will return to Julian Field on Saturday, September 15, for Homecoming to take on Central Baptist College in an AMC game.