Colorado (3-2-1, 0-0-0 MWC) in Kansas (3-3-1, 0-0-0 Big 12)
Thursday 15 September 2022 | 7 pm | Bossier Family Garden | Manhattan, Kan.
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Play by playing: Brian Smaller
Analyst: Oscar Montenegro
Sideline: Lina Sattarin
K-State advances, 2-0-0
Last meeting: September 5, 2021 (Fort Collins, Colorado)
Final score: K-State win, 4-0
Against Mountain West: 2-0-1
Match No. 9
Kansas State (3-3-1, 0-0-0 Big 12) at South Dakota (4-0-3, 0-0-0 Summit League)
Sunday 18 September 2022 | 1 m | Fishback Football Park | Brookings, SD
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K-State leads, 1-0-0
Last meeting: September 1, 2019 (Manhattan, Kan.)
Final score: K-State win, 2-0
Against the top league: 8-2-2
Manhattan, Kansas – K-State (3-3-1) enters their final matches without a conference for the 2022 season with three wins in their last five games. The Wildcats host Colorado State at Buser Family Park Thursday night at 7 p.m., then K-State travels to Brookings, South Dakota, to face South Dakota State on Sunday at 1 p.m.
• Thursday’s match will be available on Big 12 Now on ESPN+, as Brian Smaller (Game by game), Oscar Montenegro (Analyst) and Lena Sattarin (Sideline) will make the call.
• Tickets for Thursday’s game can be purchased by calling the K-State Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 221-CATS, visiting kstatesports.com/tickets, or at the Buser Family Park ticket kiosk.
• Sunday’s game will be broadcast on Jackrabbits All-Access (subscription required).
• K-State hosted Yale at Senior Night and scored a 1-0 win, seven games ended without a win (0-4-3) at Buser Family Park. Friday’s game against the Bulldogs was the 50th game at Buser Family Park in the program’s history.
• student Andra Muehler She scored her first goal of her career with a jumping shot from 17 yards in the 38th minute to score the match-winning goal. Muehler is the first freshman to score the match-winning goal since then Ada Anderson against North Alabama on August 29, 2021.
• K-State has now scored at least one goal in seven consecutive games in the school’s record.
• Junior goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer She tied her career into her off season with her third closing of the season. Werremeyer collected four saves on the night, all in the second half.
• Werremeyer has the highest active level of the season at 155:56 consecutive minutes of halftime.
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• The Wildcats achieved three closeouts in the 2022 season.
• K-State recorded its first close of the season with a stellar team defensive effort at UTRGV. The Wildcats kept UTRGV off the scoreboard and only surrendered three shots, the second lowest allowed in a game in program history and lowest in closing.
• K-State added a second close of the season with a 1-0 win at Weber State on September 1st.
• The Wildcats’ third close against an Ivy League opponent, Yale, came on September 9.
• In the 2021 season, the Wildcats tied the school record for closing in a season by six, which included the school record closing streak 317:55. The Wildcats tied the school record for three consecutive seasons.
• In their seven seasons of action, the Wildcats have recorded 33 closings. Kansas State has an all-time record of 25-0-8 in games without any goals.
• Of the 33 breaks in the program’s history, 19 of them are owned by two guards. Miranda Larkin set the all-time record for layoffs with ten, while former goalkeeper Emma Mallsey got the other nine.
• Active goalkeepers in the K-State list – Rachel HarrisAnd the Alaina Werremeyer They achieved nine job closures in a Korean state. Werremeyer ranks third in school history for layoffs with eight jobs, while Harris has one.
• K-State has played 50 home games in its 109-game history, but felt more comfortable at Buser Family Park.
• The Wildcats are 16-30-4 at home, including a school record of four consecutive home games and five unbeaten games that spanned the end of the 2016 home roster and the start of the 2017 home roster.
• In 50 home games, the Wildcats were overtaken by their opponents, 68-51 (-17).
• Overall in matches played within Sunflower State, Kansas State holds a record of 18-31-5.
• While setting the school’s record for back-to-back games with one goal in seven games, Kansas State hit the net with shots — recording 116 attempts in seven games.
• The Wildcats ranked 4th in the Big 12 in shots. K-State ranks fourth in the league and 46th in the country in shots per game (16.57 spg).
• Key State has scored 20 or more shots in a game three times this season, including 27 against Northern Colorado on August 21.
• In the 2021 season, the Wildcats ranked seventh in the Big 12 for total shots (248) and for shots per game (13.78). The 248 shots were the second in the program’s history.
• The Wildcats fought five games with 20 shots or more in the 2021 season. K-State recorded its highest average of the season with 27 shots against UTRGV on September 19, which ranked second in program history in terms of shots in a single game and was the most since The Wildcats scored 27 against Arkansas State on August 29, 2019.
• The school’s record for total shots in a season is 276 recorded in 2019, while shots per game mark were also 15.3 in 2019.
W for Werremeyer
• Junior goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer He scored a solid start to the 2022 season and is climbing the K-State win rosters and final rosters.
• Against Yale on September 9, the Werremeyer achieved her eighth career close and third of the season with four saves on the night for her third win of the season. It is the second in the school’s history in terms of career victories (8) and closings (8).
• For the season, she has six starts with a record 3-3-0 and three stoppages. Werremeyer collected 22 saves (3.67 spg) and a save of 0.786. She has a goal vs. average of 1.00 and an active streak of 155:56 consecutive minutes.
• In the 2021 season, Werremeyer finished with a career-best 1.54 goals against an average and .786 saves with a career-high of 88 saves.
• The Blue Springs, Missouri producer ranked second in the program’s history for career games played in the goal (30) and for a career that begins in the goal (29). It is the second in the history of the program for professional minutes (2,726: 14) in terms of goal and the second in the history of the program in terms of job savings (150).
Effect of this Muhler
• student Andra Muehler She broke through her first career goal in a K-State win over Yale on September 9.
• Entering from the bench, Muehler fired a 17-yard shot that slipped under the Yale goalkeeper’s goal. Muehler is the second Wildcat this season to score after entering a game as a substitute.
• Moehler is the first freshman in a Korean state to score the winning goal since then Ada Anderson against North Alabama on August 29, 2021.
• This season, Mühler has four shots with three on goal with her goal being scored.
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