FIELD HOCKEY PREVIEW: Saint Louis vs. Richmond and Kent State

Richmond Details
WHEN: Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 • 5 p.m.
WHERE: St. Louis, Mo. (Sportport International)
SLU-RICH SERIES: Richmond leads all-time series 13-0
LIVE STATS: Statbroadcast

Kent State Details
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017 • 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: St. Louis, Mo. (Sportport International)
SLU-KSU SERIES: KSU leads all-time series 12-3
LIVE STATS: Statbroadcast

A LOOK AT THE BILLIKENS
• Saint Louis (3-4, 0-2 A-10) hosts Richmond in A-10 action on Friday and a non-conference showdown with Kent State on Sunday
Carly Kissinger leads the team with three goals and two assists this season. She also has the team lead with 27 shots. 
Morgan Crowe is tied for the team lead with two assists. 
• In the cage, Lillian Cossetto has seen 455 minutes, recording 22 saves. She has notched two shutouts in seven career games. 
• Saint Louis boasts five international students on the 2017 roster: Julia Bakker (Netherlands), Lillian Cossetto (Australia), Micaela Diaz (Argentina), Noor Kalf(Netherlands) and Fleur Maarse (Belgium)
• The Billikens are led by head coach Danielle Baumgardner, who enters her second season. She is assisted by former Northwestern standout Dominique Masters, who is in her first season as assistant coach. 

A LOOK AT THE SPIDERS
• Richmond enters the weekend 0-7 on the year. 
• Florentine Beelaerts Van Blokland leads the team with four goals and 25 shots.
• Megan Miller has the team lead with three assists. 
• In goal, Felicitas Heinzel has played 473 minutes, notching 70 saves.

A LOOK AT THE GOLDEN FLASHES
• Kent State enters St. Louis with a 3-6 record overall. They play Richmond on Saturday before taking on SLU on Sunday. 
• Ines Delpech and Helen Harper lead the team with three goals apiece.
• Jessica Nesbitt has a team-leading five assists.
• Clara Rodriguez Seto has four assists on the year.
• In the cage, Kylie LeBlanc has the majority of minutes at 378. She also leads the team with 26 saves.