COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Dominican women's soccer team returns to action this weekend following a thrilling 1-1 tie with Cedarville on Tuesday evening. The Panthers begin their postseason journey by welcoming Trevecca Nazarene to Panther Stadium on Saturday evening.
Tickets for the match will be $10 for admission with students and staff of either school being admitted free with ID (limit 1 ticket per ID).
About Ohio Dominican
ODU (10-6-1, 8-4-1 G-MAC) come into the G-MAC tournament finishing in fourth place during the regular season.
The Panthers finished third in the conference with 31 goals scored. ODU is led by junior forward Samantha Buck (Reynoldsburg, Ohio) with 11 goals and six assists. She's trailed by midfielder Katlyn Jamiel (Wilmington, Ohio) and Emily Wittekind (Cincinnati, Ohio) with three goals each.
Senior defender Cheyenne Story (Canfield, Ohio) has played a vital role anchoring a Panthers defense that has captured seven shutouts this season.
Goalkeeper Cecilia Kuntz (Berlin, Germany) has enjoyed a quality first-year campaign making 51 saves in nearly 1600 minutes played.
About Trevecca Nazarene
The Trojans 7-9-2 (7-6) return to Columbus just a week after claiming a 1-0 victory over ODU. The Panthers fired the opening salvo by notching a win in Nashville when Callan Myers scored her first goal to lift ODU over the Trojans by a 1-0 scoreline on September 28.
The Trojans are led offensively by freshman forward Annie Warner. The first-year player leads the team with three goals, two assists, and eight points.
Goalkeeper Delayna Holman remains a leader on defense for Trevecca. The sophomore took over the starting job just two games into the 2018 season last year and hasn't looked back. She's collected 71 saves in nearly 1,400 minutes played this season.