Sept. 8, 2010
Arkansas plays at Missouri on Friday and at Missouri State on Sunday. Missouri is the defending Big 12 champion and MSU was 9-6-3 a year ago, but head coach Erin Aubry wants the Razorbacks to concentrate on their consistency and mentality. To hear those comments and others, visit RazorVision.
Senior Laurel Pastor and sophomore Allie Chandler were named to the Florida Gulf Coast University Embassy Suites Kick-Off Classic all-tournament team. See that story here.
Counting this week’s games at Missouri and Missouri State, five of Arkansas’ first six opponents this year are coming off winning seasons in 2009. Defender Kailey Anders has the longest non-keeper streak of not leaving the field on the team. Going back to last year, she’s played every minute of six consecutive games. Go here to see Arkansas’ notes.
Sept. 7, 2010
Arkansas fell to Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday, but before that, on Friday, the Razorbacks recorded just the school’s second victory in eight attempts against a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference by beating Miami, 1-0.
Erin Moskos scored the game’s only goal. Head coach Erin Aubry had this to say:
"Erin has spent eight months working on finishing, since the team finished the season last year. She shot to goal with confidence because she’s been working so hard."
She also said this about defender Melanie Foncham:
"Mel is another one who had a great game on our back line. She gets more and more confident. She did a wonderful job anchoring us in the back."
To hear those and other comments on that game, visit RazorVision.
Sept. 6, 2010
Arkansas dropped a 1-0 decision at Florida Gulf Coast University on Sunday when the Eagles scored in the final minute of play.
Arkansas has allowed just three goals in four games, but all four have been scored in the second half. The Razorbacks have out-shottheir opponents 60-40 for the year and 35-19 in the second half.
Allie Chandler leads the team with 13 shots and six shots on goal. Erin Moskos has three shots on goal in four attempts while freshman Yvonne Desjarlais is three-for-three in shots on goal.
See Arkansas’ season stats here.