Ferris State Women's Soccer Notes
Oct. 5, 2008
Senior forward Tammy Unsworth (White Lake/Walled Lake Northern) and freshman forward Bri Borgman (Holland/West Ottawa) have combined to account for 50% (16-32) of Ferris State's points production this season. Unsworth has totaled a team-high nine points (4-1=9) in seven matches this season while Borgman's seven points (3-1=7) in 10 contests ranks second highest on the squad.
Tammy Unsworth's three goals against Northwood Sunday (10/5) marked the 12th time in the program's history in which a Ferris State player has tallied at least three markers in a match. The FSU co-captain holds the school record for most goals in a single match with five total in an 11-1 home victory against Northwood in the 2006 campaign (9/13).
Sophomore midfielder Kara Lovelace (East Kentwood) netted her first collegiate point with an assist on the Bulldogs' game-winning goal in Sunday's (10/5) 4-1 league home triumph over Northwood. Lovelace has appeared in 12 career matches to date, which includes two contests this season - against Saginaw Valley State (10/3) and Northwood (10/5).
Sophomore goalkeeper Becci Houdek (Canton) has registered at least 10 saves in a single match on four occasions this fall, including 10 apiece in her last two appearances versus Saginaw Valley State (10/3) and Northwood (10/5), respectively. She turned aside a season-best 15 shots this season in conference home encounters against Grand Valley State (9/14) and Ashland (9/19).
Tammy Unsworth has accumulated 23 career points against Northwood with 11 goals and one assist in four matches. Unsworth has generated a .458 shot percentage and a .708 shots on goal percentage versus the Timberwolves.
Junior defender Stevie Salow's (Saginaw/Heritage) assist against Northwood (10/5) snapped a 11-match non-scoring streak dating back to the 2007 campaign. Salow's last points came at Northern Michigan (10/19) when she scored a goal in a 3-1 loss to the Wildcats.
Ferris State extended its current series winning streak to four straight with a 4-1 home win over Northwood (10/5) as the Bulldogs have outcored the Timberwolves 23-to-5 in the last four meetings to date.