Ferris State Women's Soccer Notes
Nov. 9, 2008
Senior forward Tammy Unsworth (White Lake/Walled Lake Northern) concluded her four-year (2005-08) career at Ferris State ranking second among the program's all-time leaders in both assists (22) and minutes played (4,546), third in both points (90) and goals (34), and tied for third in game-winning goals (seven).
|Senior Jackie Back holds the distinction of being Ferris State's career leader in minutes played.
Senior defender Jackie Back (Ortonville/Ortonville-Brandon) wrapped up her four-year (2005-08) Ferris State career as the school's career leader with 5,379 minutes played in 72 career matches. The FSU co-captain placed fourth among the 2008 team leaders in minutes played with a 1,433 season total in 17 outings. Back also finished tied for first place with Andrea Moma (2002-05) in career starts with 71 total.
Ferris State's nine wins (9-9-1 overall) this fall represents a tie for the third most single-season victories in the program's history, matching the 2004 squad's nine wins total (9-9-1 overall). The school record for the highest season wins total is 11 established by the 2003 (11-5-1 overall) and 2005 (11-7-0) teams.
The Bulldogs' top three scorers this season - Tammy Unsworth, freshman midfielder Maegan Smith (Hickory Corners/Kalamazoo Christian), and freshman forward Bri Borgman (Holland/West Ottawa), combined for 59.2% (45-76) of the team's points and 71.4% (20-28) of the squad's goal-scoring production. Unsworth compiled a team-high 18 points (7-4=18) in 16 matches while Smith recorded 16 points (8-0=16) in 18 contests and Borgman accumulated 11 points (5-1=11) in 19 appearances.
Ferris State concluded the 2008 campaign with a 1.66 goals-against average (32 goals allowed) in 19 matches. In the 2007 season, the Bulldogs posted a 3.36 goals-against average (65 goals allowed) in 19 outings.
Sophomore goalkeeper Becci Houdek's (Canton) nine victories in 18 appearances this season tied a FSU single-season record for most wins in a campaign. Houdek also compiled 155 saves which marked the second highest total among the Bulldogs' single-season leaders while her 1.61 goals-against average (29 goals allowed) ranked 10th on the all-time season bests charts.