WOMEN'S SOCCER PLAYS AT NEVADA ON FRIDAY
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Sacramento State women's soccer team will travel to Reno, Nev., on Friday for its final non-conference match of the season against Nevada.
The Hornets will battle Nevada in their final non-conference match of the season.
The Hornets (4-5-0) will meet the Wolf Pack (1-8-0) at 7 p.m. on Friday at Mackay Stadium.
Live stats for the match at Nevada can be found on the Wolf Pack's schedule HERE.
Sacramento State and Nevada are even in their all-time series history with a 4-4-1 mark since the Hornets started their program in 1994. The first meeting was in 2000, which the Hornets won 5-1. Nevada has won the last two meetings, including a 4-3 win last year at Hornet Field.
Sacramento State has won three straight games after starting the season 1-5. The Hornets have outscored opponents 4-1 during the winning streak. All three wins came at home, coming against San Francisco, Creighton and San Jose State.
PULVER AND RAMIREZ LEAD THE WAY
Junior Victoria Ramirez and senior Caitlin Pulver have combined to score seven of the Hornets' eight total goals this season. Ramirez has four, with three coming in one game against William Jessup, while Pulver has three scores, including one game-winning goal. Jordyn Rolling is the only other Hornet with a goal this year as she drove home the game winner against San Jose State last weekend.
SCOUTING THE WOLF PACK
Nevada has struggled thus far in 2011, scoring just four goals while allowing 20 scores. Head coach Melissa Price has used two keepers, but each sports a 2+ goals against average. Jenna Riddle has seen the majority of time in net, allowing 15 goals and making 61 saves in eight games. The Wolf Pack have played two other Big Sky Conference teams - losing 2-1 to Idaho State and 2-0 to Portland State.
The Hornets start Big Sky Conference play next Friday at home against Portland State.