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NCCAA MID-EAST REGIONAL WOMEN’S SOCCER #4 Bluefield (9-9-1) vs #5 Union (7-9-2) East River Soccer Complex (1,000) | Bluefield, W.Va. Saturday, November 10, 2012 | 6 p.m. EST INSIDE THE MATCH-UP BLUEFIELD COLLEGE 2011 Record: 2-16-1 2012 Record: 9-9-1 Last Game: at Campbellsville, L, 0-4 UNION UNIVERSITY 2011 Record: 12-3-0 2012 Record: 7-9-2 Last Game: at Cumberland, L, 0-1 OT HEAD COACHES BLUEFIELD COLLEGE Chase Neidig Record at Bluefield: 9-9-1 (1st Year) Overall Record: 9-9-1 (1st Year) Record vs. Union: 0-0-0 UNION UNIVERSITY Isaac Brooks Record at Union: 7-9-2 (1st Year) Overall Record: 7-9-2 (1st Year) Record vs. Bluefield: 0-0-0 NCCAA MID-EAST REGIONAL PREVIEW Bluefield College who ranks 22nd in points per game (5.42) in the NCCAA enters today’s Mid-East Regional quarterfinal match on a two game winless streak much like their opponents, Union. However the Lady Bulldogs enters the match on a two game losing streak with a pair of 1-0 shutout losses. UU lost 1-0 to Alabama-Huntsville then dropped a 1-0 double overtime match on Oct. 29 to Mid-South Conference Tournament Champion Cumberland (Tenn.). The Rams drew 0-0 with Southern Virginia in their regular season final before dropping a 4-0 decision to Campbellsville in the MSC Tournament Quarterfinals. The Rams however ended the regular season on a four game unbeaten streak that included three wins and three shutouts as they outscored their opponents 9-1 in those matches. The Lady Bulldogs have lost four of their last six regular season matches and haven’t played since losing that 1-0 double overtime game to No. 23 Cumberland on October 29. Of Union’s seven losses, three came at the hands of ranked opponents, NCAA DII No. 7 University of West Florida, 2-0 and NCAA DII No. 15 University of North Alabama, 3-1 along with a 1-0 loss NAIA No. 23 Cumberland. BLUEFIELD COLLEGE RAMS Bluefield is led by a quartet of attackers including a pair of MSC honorees and NCCAA Top-15 stats leaders. Radford, Va., native Pip Pattison was named First Team All-MSC after scoring an NCCAA ninth best 15 goals to go along with three assists. Woodbrige, Va., native Enajah Winbush was named to the Honorable Mention Team after scoring a BC true freshman best seven goals to go along with a pair of assists. Beachwood, Ohio, native Callan Camin ranks seventh in the NCCAA with 10 assists while Highland, N.Y., native Jessica Dutka has provided six goals and two assists for the Rams. Dutka, Pattison, and Winbush have each scored three game winning goals for BC. Wren, Ohio, native Kayla Richardson has played 1746 of the Rams 1822 minutes in goal this season keeping five shutouts and a 1.90 goals against average while making 112 saves. Richardson has been helped by a stellar back line that features Mid-South Conference Honorable Mention Missy Baines along with Las Vagas, Nev., natives Ashley Moreno and Nicole Bradley and freshman Dakota Duckworth from Newport News, Va. MEDIA INFORMATION BLUEFIELD COLLEGE Rudy Roediger (Twitter: @RuudSports) (email: Cell: 740-656-2685 SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: @BluefieldRams Facebook: bluefield-college-athletics YouTube: BluefieldCollegeRams UNION UNIVERSITY LADY BULLDOGS The Lady Bulldogs are led on offense by Caracas, Venezuela, native Dionna Linn, Germantown, Tenn., natives Stefanie King and Whitney Kramer. Linn a 5-foot-3 junior has a team best seven goals to go along with three assists while King a 5-foot-6 senior has added four goals and three assists. Kramer a 5-foot-6 senior also has four goals and a goal. Sophomore Alex Taylor stands 5-foot-8 from Franklin, Tenn., has added just two goals but she is tied with Linn and King with a pair of game winning goals this season. 5-foot-5 freshman Emily Waggoner has played all 1686 minutes between the pipes for UU making 85 saves while allowing just 27 goals as she has kept a 1.44 goals against average. The Mayfield, Ky., native has kept four shutouts this season while earning seven victories. #RamsVsLadyBulldogs | #AtEastRiver | #NCCAARegional

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