Saint Louis 3, Missouri State 0
Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018 | 1 p.m. CDT
Robert R. Hermann Stadium | St. Louis, Mo.
• Hannah Friedrich scored her third goal of the season and added two assists to lead Saint Louis women’s soccer to a dominant 3-0 victory over Missouri State Sunday afternoon at Robert R. Hermann Stadium.
• The Billikens improved to 4-2-1 with a second consecutive victory. Missouri State slipped to 5-4.
• Alyssa Seitzer tallied her team-leading fourth goal of the year and Isabel Burke netted her first career marker for the Billikens, who amassed a 29-2 advantage in shots.
Alyssa Seitzer (Hannah Friedrich), 18:12, SLU 1-0; Isabel Burke (Hannah Friedrich), 21:20, SLU 2-0; Hannah Friedrich (Kassie Newsom), 88:07, SLU 3-0.
• Saint Louis did not allow a shot on goal for a second consecutive game. The Billikens directed 14 shots on frame Sunday afternoon.
• SLU earned a 17-1 advantage in corner kicks, coming within one of tying the Hermann Stadium record.
• The Billikens scored their first two goals on corner kicks.
• Seitzer (4G, 1A) and Friedrich (3G, 3A) are tied for the team scoring lead with nine points apiece. Seitzer’s four goals and Friedrich’s three assists are team highs.
• Kassie Newsom picked up her first collegiate point with an assist on Friedrich’s goal.
• Eleven different Billikens recorded at least one shot. Friedrich and Olivia Petit led the way with a career-high six apiece, Seitzer had four, and Megan Crevoiserat had a career-high three.
• Friedrich’s four shots on goal are a career best, and Petit matched her career high of three. Seitzer also fired three shots on frame.
• Burke, Alli Klug and Olivia Silverman played all 90 minutes.
SAINT LOUIS STARTERS
Olivia Silverman (G), Alli Klug (D), Emma Farley (D), Olivia Petit (D), Isabella Palazzolo (D), Isabel Burke (D), Maddie Pokorny (M), Courtney Reimer (M), Hannah Friedrich (M), Alyssa Seitzer (F), Evie Lavelle (F).
SAINT LOUIS SUBSTITUTES
Kassie Newsom, Lindsay Sands, Annabelle Copeland, Megan Crevoiserat, Haley Cox.
The Billikens play their final nonconference road game of the season Friday, Sept. 14, at 16th-ranked Kansas. First whistle is slated for 7 p.m.