@AU_WSoccer Visits Jersey Shore to Face Monmouth on Sunday

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WASHINGTON — The American University women's soccer team will conclude nonconference play on Sunday afternoon at Monmouth.

Pregame Notes

  • The game can be seen on ESPN+ (paid subscription). 
  • Senior Yari Bradfield is tied for first in the Patriot League and leads the Eagles in points with 11 and goals with five. 
  • Bradfield is tied for 12th in the NCAA in goals.
  • Bradfield is first in the Patriot League with 27 total shots and shots per game (3.8).
  • Senior Audrey Denkler is second in the PL in shots 22 and shots per game (3.1). 
  • Denkler is tied for the league lead in assists with four. 
  • Senior Gabriela Maldonado is third in the Patriot League and second on the team in points with 10.
  • Maldonado is one point shy of tying her career best of 11 set as a freshman when she played at LSU.
  • Freshman Emily Smith is tied for third in the league in assists with three. 
  • With the win over Richmond, American is 4-0-0 at home this season. In 2004, the Eagles started the home season with a five-game unbeaten streak (4-0-1). AU has never won its first five home game in program history. The Eagles will look to set a new program-best next Sunday against Boston University in the PL-opener. 
  • All three goalkeepers to start a game this season have recorded a home win. Sophomore Ryleigh Brown won the first two home games followed sophomore Morgan Lang and junior Amy Krotine
  • American is second in the Patriot League in goals against average (0.68).
  • American leads the PL in total goals (12) and goals per game (1.7).