ABOUT THE MOUNT
The Mountaineers got a crucial 2-0 win over Wagner last time out on Senior Night to improve to 2-3 in conference play and 5-9-1 overall as they moved into sixth place in the NEC standings. Rookie Hannah Logue tallied her first collegiate goal in the 11th minute of play, which held up as the eventual game winner. Gianna Pomykacz netted the Mount's other score of the contest to add some insurance in the second half of play. Goalie Maggie Barron blanked the Seahawks to register her third shutout in the team's last six games.
Junior midfielders Jenna West and Kayla Hughes have led the offensive attack for the Mount this season, combining for 20 points on eight goals and four assists. West, who owns a team-high five goals and four assists, ranks among the top-five in the conference in all three scoring categories. Barron has made 13 starts in net for the Mountaineers on the year, and has posted a 0.67 goals against average in the last six contests.
Goals: Jenna West (5), Kayla Hughes (3), Jaylyn Chandler (2), Marcella Fegler (2)
Assists: West (4), Jasmine McCree (3), Hannah Logue (2)
Points: West (14), Hughes (6), Chandler (4), Fegler (4), Logue (4)
Shots: West (54), Hughes (27), Gianna Pomykacz (24)
Save pct: Maggie Barron (.672), Charlotte Elrod (.643)
SCOUTING ROBERT MORRIS
The Colonials sit in eighth place in the conference with a 1-4 NEC mark and a 3-11 overall record. Their lone league win was a 2-0 victory of LIU Brooklyn, while their losses came at the hands of Bryant (2-1 OT), Sacred Heart (1-0), Saint Francis U (3-0) and Central Connecticut (1-0). Kristina Kelley leads the squad with 16 points on six goals and four assists, while Jane Schleicher has 12 points on five goals and a pair of assists. Goalie Sydney Bruckner owns a .744 save percentage in 13 games played.
INSIDE THE SERIES
The all-time series between Mount St. Mary's and Robert Morris sits at 12-11-3 in favor of the Mount despite three straight wins by the Colonials. Last season, Robert Morris posted a 1-0 shutout victory in Emmitsburg.
The Mount returns to Emmitsburg to face Saint Francis U on Friday, October 27 at 7 p.m. in the Mountaineers' final home game of the regular season. Live action will be streamed for free at NECFrontRow.com.