Hebbeler scored two goals against Morehead State, her first multi-goal game and UC’s first since Sept. 13, 2009.
Did You Know:
Sophomore Ashley Daniels got her first start in goal against the Pittsburgh Panthers. Daniels earned the win and finished with 10 saves, tying her for the second most saves in a game in the BIG EAST Conference.
Freshman Jazmine Rhodes scored her first collegiate goal against Pittsburgh. Classmates Alexis Scott and Katie Greer each recorded their first collegiate points, serving up assists against the Panthers.
Several players got their first start in a Cincinnati uniform against Pittsburgh. Sophomore transfer Liz Miller, freshmen Katie Greer and Natalie Domanic, and sophomore Ashley Daniels each made their first start on the pitch for the Bearcats against the Panthers.
On Friday, Oct. 1, 493 fans showed up to watch Cincinnati take on West Virginia in the Breast Cancer Awareness match - the most fans at a UC match this season and the highest total since Sept. 25, 2009 when 647 fans came to watch UC take on No. 12 Notre Dame.
Four of UC’s opponents on the 2010 schedule were ranked in the NCAA Women’s Division I Preseason Poll.
UC is 1-2-0 against ranked teams this season, falling at No. 5/9 Notre Dame and at No. 16/23 Louisville.
Cincinnati defeated No. 20 Wisconsin on the road, the second time in as many seasons that the Bearcats have knocked off a ranked opponent (winning 1-0 on 10/4/09 at No. 12 St. John’s).
30 Years of UC Women’s Soccer:
Cincinnati celebrated 30 years of varsity women’s soccer the weekend of Oct. 1-3. A special evening for all former players occured on Saturday, Oct. 2, and included over 200 guests. A special documentary video was presented detailing the progress UC women’s soccer has made over the last 30 years. On Sunday, Oct. 3, all former players in attendance were honored at halftime of the match against Pittsburgh.
Last Time Out:
Julie Morrissey scored the game-winning goal in the 84th minute leading UC to a 2-1 victory over visiting Pittsburgh. The win was UC’s first conference victory of 2010.
The Bearcats took a 1-0 lead into halftime and held the Panthers off until the 68th minute. Morrissey put the match away for the Bearcats when she took a pass from Alexis Scott and knocked in her ninth career game-winning goal.
UC will hit the road for the remainder of the 2010 regular season.
The Bearcats play at Marquette next on Friday, Oct. 15.