Saint Louis 2, Davidson 0

Thursday, September 28, 2017 | 6 p.m. CDT

Alumni Stadium | Davidson, North Carolina



• Alyssa Seitzer and Courtney Reimer scored second-half goals just four minutes apart to lift Saint Louis to a 2-0 Atlantic 10 Conference victory over Davidson Thursday night at Alumni Stadium.

• The shutout was the Billikens’ eighth of the season and the sixth solo clean sheet for Mary Niehaus, who made five saves.

• SLU improved to 10-1-1 overall and 2-1 in the A-10. Davidson fell to 2-10, 0-3.



Alyssa Seitzer (Brionna Halverson), 65:38, SLU 1-0; Courtney Reimer (unassisted), 69:43, SLU 2-0.



• With its 10th victory, Saint Louis has posted a double-digit win total in consecutive seasons for the first time since the 2007 and 2008 campaigns.

• Alyssa Seitzer’s goal was her fourth of the season and her team-high third game-winning tally of the season. Seitzer raised her season point total to 14, tying for the team lead.

• Brionna Halverson collected her third assist of the season.

• The Seitzer-Halverson collaboration gave Saint Louis its 21st different player combination for the Billikens’ 24 assisted goals.

• Courtney Reimer netted her first marker in a Saint Louis uniform and became the 11th different Billiken to score a goal this season.

Mary Niehaus notched her 15th career shutout.

• SLU out-shot Davidson 12-8 overall and 7-5 in shots on goal. The Billikens earned a 7-4 edge in corner kicks, including 4-1 in the second half.

• Ten different Billikens recorded at least one shot. SLU’s seven shots on goal came from six different players.

• Mary Niehaus, Alli Klug and Molly Ream played all 90 minutes.



Mary Niehaus (G), Alli Klug (D), Molly Ream (D), Brionna Halverson (D), Isabella Palazzolo (D), Maddie Pokorny (M), Courtney Reimer (M), Alyssa Seitzer (M), Evie Lavelle (M), Olivia Petit (M), Lindsay Sands (F).



Emma Farley, Lauren Tondl, Megan Nixon, Carli Bond, Annabelle Copeland, Haley Cox, Julia Peterson.



The Billikens return to Robert R. Hermann Stadium to host Saint Joseph’s Sunday, Oct. 1. Game time is 1 p.m.