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2011 FAU Women's Soccer Schedule


"This season possesses new teams and new challenges for the fall season," said Brian Dooley, FAU's head women's soccer coach. "I like that we are playing teams that we have not faced before or teams we have not played in a while."

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Rough start to exhibition action today as FAU was shut out 4-0 against A-Sun opponent FGCU...the Eagles scored three times in the second period.
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Florida Atlantic out shot Lynn 23-9 tonight en route to a 2-1 victory in the Owls' season opener.

Allison Griffin scored the winner in the 67th minutes, and was joined by Jesse Shugg's goal in the first half of play.

FAU will next face Stetson on Sunday at 2:00 p.m at FAU Soccer Stadium.
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FAU blanks Stetson 2-0 on Sunday...Brittney Nash and Jesse Shugg score for the Owls.
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After a successful A-Sun victory against Stetson, FAU (2-1) ran into trouble tonight in their second straight attempt, falling 0-3 to Mercer at FAU Soccer Stadium. The Bears (4-0) connected for a solo score in the first period before tallying two netters in the second.

Olivia Tucker posted two of the Bears' scores as Mercer out shot Florida Atlantic 16-11 for the match.
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A strong second period offensive, featuring three goals, enabled the Owls (3-1) to a comfortable 4-0 shut out over UMKC (1-2-2) this afternoon before a crowd of 151 at FAU Soccer Stadium.

FAU posted a whopping 28 shots for the match, while needing only five saves from goalie Ashley Lantes.

Jesse Shugg posted two goals for the home team, and Maris Russo and Brittney Nash each added solo efforts.
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Jacksonville University (4-2-1) scored once in each half to pick up a 2-0 victory over FAU (3-2) at the USF Tournament on Friday night.

FAU recorded eight shots in the match, with four coming in each period. Brittney Nash, Jesse Shugg, and Yazmin Ongtengco had two shots each.

The Owls next take on Akron at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday.
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Akron displayed proficient ball movement, scoring three times within a 20 span of the first period, en route to a 4-0 win over Florida Atlantic (3-3) on Sunday in Tampa at the USF Tournament.

The Zips outshot the Owls 11-7 on the afternoon, as Jesse Shugg leading FAU's attempts with two.

FAU had a slight edge in corner kicks at 3-2, but could not capitalize on any of them.

The squad will next play host to Furman at FAU Soccer Stadium this Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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It wasn't so much the offense that counted on Friday night as the Owls came away with a 1-0 win over Furman (4-4-0) at FAU Soccer Stadium before a crowd of 229 fans.

Rather, it was Owls' goalie Ashley Lantes' 14 save performance despite a blistering 24 total shot attack from the visiting Paladins. Conversely, Florida Atlantic only mustered seven shot attempts overall.

But it would be good enough to improve to 4-3-0 on the year, as Allison Griffin scored the match winner for the Owls in the 14th minute of the first period off a feed from Meghan Brown.

The team will have a full week off before taking on conference opponent Arkansas State next Friday in Jonesboro. Match time is 5:30 PM EST.


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Congratulations to Lantes, who was named the Sun Belt Player of the Week for last Friday's 14 save performance.

“I earned an honor for just doing my job,” said Lantes.  “The victory was a team effort since the goalkeeper’s success relies so heavily on the defenders doing their job well.  So, really, this was a team honor, and I’m taking that approach.”

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