Women's Soccer Release #8


Emma Sindelar, Swarthmore (Fr, F, Salt Lake City, Utah / Waterford)

Sindelar tallied three goals and two assists in a 2-0 week for the Garnet.  Against Muhlenberg, she scored in the 20th minute and added an assist on sophomore Amber Famiglietti's game-winning goal in the 31st minute.  She scored in the 36th and 71st minutes against CCNY, while adding another assist in that 9-1 non-conference win on Saturday.



Meg Castranova, Gettysburg (Fr, B, Lawrenceville, N.J. / Pennington School)

Castranova helped Gettysburg hold a pair of opponents to just one combined goal in a 2-0 week. She helped hold McDaniel to just six shots in a 5-1 win at Oct. 19, while also dishing out an assist on the first tally. On Oct. 22, Gettysburg's defense held Muhlenberg to just seven shots in a 1-0 victory.



Complete Release #8 (.pdf version)




The 9-1 victory over CCNY marks the most goals and largest margin of victory for a Swarthmore team in the Todd Anckaitis era. The nine goals marks the most goals scored in a single game in program history and ties the largest margin of victory (8-0 vs. Alvernia 9/5/98).  The Garnet finds itself ranked No. 4 in the Mid-Atlantic region in the the first edition of the NSCAA Regional Rankings, its highest ranking in program history.


Johns Hopkins is now 15-0 with two games remaining in the regular season.  The Blue Jays have outscored their opponents 63-6 this season with 11 shutouts.

NSCAA National Poll (10/25)
1-Messiah (14-0-1)
2-William Smith (13-0-1)
3-Trinity, Texas (15-0)
4-Johns Hopkins (15-0)
5-Emory (12-0-2)
6-Hardin-Simmons (15-1)
7-Wheaton, Ill. (15-1-1)
8-Amherst (13-0)
9-Wartbug (14-1-2)
10-Williams (10-2-1)

RV-Haverford (10-1-4)

Complete Poll


NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region Poll (10/25)
1-Messiah (14-0-1)
2-Johns Hopkins (15-0)
3-Haverford (10-1-4)
4-Scranton (10-2-3)
5-Misericordia (10-3-2)
6-Gettysburg (10-5)
7-Swarthmore (10-5)
8-Lebanon Valley (11-4-3)
9-Dickinson (10-4-1)
10-Arcadia (9-4-2)

Complete Poll


D3soccer.com National Poll (10/25)
1-Messiah (14-0-1)
2-William Smith (13-0-1)
3-Trinity, Texas (15-0)
4-Johns Hopkins (15-0)
5-Hardin-Simmons (15-1)
6-Emory (12-0-2)
7-Amherst (13-0)
8-Wheaton, Ill. (15-1-1)
9-Cal Lutheran (17-1)
10-Loras (14-2-1)

24-Haverford (10-1-4)

Complete Poll