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This Week in Women's Soccer

A 14 at #15 Marquette - Exh. W, 1-0
A 22 Oregon W, 1-0
A 24 Tennessee W, 2-1 (OT)
A 29 South Dakota St. W, 5-0
A 31 Northern Iowa W, 3-0
S 5 at Washington W, 4-0
S 7 vs. #22 Portland W, 3-0
S 12 at Michigan State W, 2-1 (OT)
S 14 at Michigan L, 1-2
S 20 Nebraska
W, 3-0
S 26 at Indiana  W, 1-0
S 28 at Purdue W, 1-0
O 3 Ohio State   W, 2-0
O 5 #7 Penn State
L, 0-2
O 8 Iowa T, 0-0 (2OT)
O 12 at Northwestern W, 2-0
O 18 at Minnesota W, 4-1
O 24 Rutgers  W, 1-0
O 26 Maryland W, 1-0 (2OT)
O 31 at Illinois T, 0-0 (2OT)
N 5 vs. Illinois W, 2-0
N 7 vs. Minnesota W, 1-0
N 9 vs. Iowa W, 1-0 (2OT)
N 15 DePaul W, 2-0
N 21 vs. UCF 1:30 p.m. (CT)
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2013 Roster
0 Caitlyn Clem RS FR GK
1 Meghan Ledin SO GK
3 Rose Lavelle SO MF
4 Sydney McGinnis FR F
5 McKenna Meuer JR MF
6 Brianna Stelzer  JR D
7 Holly Heckendorf SO D
8 Lexi Peterson JR D
9 Morgan Taylor SO D
10 Molly Laufenberg JR MF
11 Caitlin Riley FR F
12 Micaela Powers SO MF
13 Kinley McNicoll JR MF
14 Marisa Kresge R JR MF
15 Cara Walls SR F
16 Alexis Tye FR MF
17 Jordan Blaser FR D
18 Kylie Schwarz SO D
19 Sarah Mondschein FR F
20 Nikki Greenhalgh SR F
21 Becca Harrison FR MF
22 Kodee Williams RS SR F
23 Arlyn Reed FR D
24 Genevieve Richard RS SR GK
30 Alexandra Heller RS SR D
31 Jackie Gellings JR GK
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The fourth-seeded Wisconsin women’s soccer team is set to battle UCF in second-round action of the 2014 NCAA Tournament on Friday at 1:30 p.m. (CT) in Tallahassee, Florida.
Coming off a 2-0 blanking of DePaul in the first round, the Badgers look to advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2009. UCF enters the match after earning a 2-1 victory over Georgia.

#4 Wisconsin (19-2-2) vs. UCF (17-4-0)
Date  Friday, Nov. 21 |  1:30 p.m. CT
Location  Tallahassee, Fla.  |  Seminole Soccer Complex
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In what figures to be a defensive battle, Friday afternoon’s showdown pits two of this nation’s most dominant defenses against one another with advancement on the line. Both the Badgers and Knights rank among the top 10 in the categories of shutout percentage and goals-against average.

Wisconsin set a Big Ten record for shutouts in a season (18) last Saturday against DePaul.
In addition to the strength of both teams’ overall defense, two of the best goalkeepers will duel one another in net. With a school record 16 shutouts so far this season, Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Genevieve Richard competes against UCF’s Connie Organ on the other side of the pitch, who was awarded the American Athletic Conference’s Goalkeeper of the Year honor.
The meeting between the Badgers and Knights will mark the sixth ever, as UW leads the all-time series 3-1-1 overall. The match will also be the third time the two programs have met in the second round of NCAA tournament play.
In both previous postseason battles with the Knights, it was the Badgers who emerged victorious. The last matchup occurred during the 2009 season, as Wisconsin defeated UCF, 1-0, on its home turf at the McClimon Complex.
The winner of this Friday’s match will advance to face the winner of host and No. 1 seed Florida State or Northeastern. The resulting Sweet 16 game is scheduled for a 12 p.m. (CT) start Sunday in Tallahassee.

This season’s Badgers became the winningest team in program history at 18 wins. UW began 7-0 and tied for the best start in program history. UW also became the fastest group in school history to reach 10 wins.

2    ALL-BIG BADGERS: Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Genevieve Richard headlined UW's postseason league honors. Richard, Rose Lavelle, Kinley McNicoll & Cara Walls were First Team All-Big Ten; Brianna Stelzer made Second Team.

3    BIG TEN GEN: Genevieve Richard has allowed just seven goals all season and set a school record at 16 shutouts. Gen is 2nd in NCAA for save% (.915), 3rd for goals against avg. (.306); has not allowed a goal over last 742:24 played.

4    GETTING GRITTY: UW set a Big Ten record last Saturday with its 18th shutout in 23 matches this season. Having allowed just seven goals, UW holds the school record for shutouts in a season and enters today with 7 straight SOs.

5    MCNICOLL MAGIC: Kinley McNicoll has tallied nine goals, nine assists and is second on the team in points (27). Incredibly consistent in her contribution, the junior midfielder has tallied at least one point in 12-of-23 games.

6    COUNT ON CARA: Despite playing just 19 games (injury), Cara Walls leads all Badgers in goals (14) and points (28). Walls has scored two goals in four different games this season. She’s T4th in school history for goals in a season.

7    ROSE ON REPEAT: Rose Lavelle has recorded at least one point in seven matches this season, including a career-high three assists vs. SDSU that T3rd most in a game in school history. Lavelle is T2nd on UW in assists (9) + 3 goals.

8    #KLUTCHKODEE: Kodee Williams ranks third on the team in goals (7). Six of her seven goals have stood as game-winning goals. The fifth-year senior is tied with teammate Walls for the Big Ten lead in game-winners with six.

9    GOALS GALORE: UW returns 88.6 percent of its goal scoring from last season, led by senior Cara Walls who netted nine goals in 2013. Kinley McNicoll and Rose Lavelle each scored six goals last year.

10    MAGIC NUMBER 10:
Wisconsin surpassed 10 wins and extended its school record to six straight seasons reaching the milestone. UW has also won at least five Big Ten games five seasons in a row, also a school best.

11    POINTS APLENTY: The Badgers bring back 86.4 percent of their 2013 point production, led by Kinley McNicoll who tallied 25 points in 2013. Cara Walls (22) and Rose Lavelle (19) ranked second and third on the team in points.

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• Fourth-seeded Wisconsin earned a 2-0 victory against DePaul in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, handing the Blue Demons their first and only loss of the season.

• Senior Cara Walls scored twice in the game to make it her fourth multi-goal game this season.

• Senior Genevieve Richard earned a school record 16th shutout with the 2-0 victory.

• The shutout also marked the backline's 18th of the season, which captured the Big Ten record in that category.

Through 23 matches this season, the Badgers are showing a number of positive trends in their statistics.

• The Badgers have posted shutouts in 18 of 23 matches this season, while allowing just seven goals.

• Senior Cara Walls has led UW in goals each of the last three seasons and she’s right on track to make it four-consecutive years. She currently holds the UW lead with 14 goals despite playing just 19 games (injury).

• Sophomore Rose Lavelle has recorded at least one point in nine matches this season. An offensive threat in the midfield, she is tied for the team lead in assists (9) and ranks second on the team in both shots (65) and shots on goal (32).

• Junior Kinley McNicoll has recorded at least one point in 12-of-23 matches this season. She's currently ranks second on the team in points (27), is second among the Badgers in goals (9) and is tied for the team lead in assists (9).

• UW held a 6-1 record in true road games this season. For a second-straight season, the Badgers have embraced the road warrior mentality and began with three-straight wins away from home. Last year, UW went unbeaten on the road through its first eight road matches. Last year's team finished fourth in school history for single-season true road wins (6).

• Four freshmen have begun earning regular minutes for the Badgers this season.
    Becca Harrison is up to 22 career starts, while Alexis Tye and Sydney McGinnis have earned consistent time off the bench.
    Caitlin Riley earned her first minutes of the year against Nebraska and also saw action vs. No. 7 Penn State.

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