Saturday, November 3, 2018, 7 p.m. - Memorial Stadium, Westerville, Ohio
Saturday's Preview: The second-seeded Ohio Northern women's soccer team compete for a second straight OAC Tournament title on Saturday night at top-seeded Otterbein ... ONU is making its fourth consecutive appearance in the OAC Tournament championship match ... ONU has won OAC Tournament crowns in 2017 and 2012 ... The Polar Bears advanced to the finals with a 2-0 victory over third-seeded Mount Union on Thursday night at Kerscher Stadium ... Sophomores Jenna Fuller and Emma Barney scored goals for Ohio Northern ... Junior Meagan Grierson had two saves to record her school record with her 32nd career shutout, breaking the previous mark of 31 shutouts by Heather Davidson from 1996-99. ... Through 18 matches, sophomore Jenna Fuller leads the team with 16 goals, 34 points, and 75 shots this season ... She also stands tied for first in goals, is third in points, and fourth in shots in the OAC ... Junior midfielder Haley Moses paces the Polar Bears and sits fifth in the OAC with six assists ... Grierson leads the league in goals against (9) and GAA (0.50) ... Otterbein advanced to the finals with a 1-0 victory over Capital on Thursday ... Bella Shivley scored the goal for OU with 18 minutes remaining in the match ... Shivley leads OU and is tied with ONU's Jenna Fuller for the OAC lead with 16 goals this season ... Shivley is second in the OAC with seven assists and is second in the league with 39 points ... Erin Gordon is second in the OAC with a 1.04 GAA.
ONU Statistical Leaders:
All-Time Series: Ohio Northern leads the series between the two schools by an 18-16-2 margin ... The two schools have tied in each of the last two meetings, including a 2-2 tie this regular season and a 1-1 tie in last year's OAC Tournament semifinals ... ONU advanced in last year's OAC Tournament on penalty kicks 3-2 ... OU holds a 3-1-1 record against ONU in OAC Tournament play.
Head Coach Mark Batman: Batman is currently in his 15th season as the head coach of the Ohio Northern women's soccer program … He owns an overall record of 199-79-27 (.697), ranking him as the all-time winningest coach in program history.