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Southeast Soccer Travels to Memphis

Sept. 8, 2003

Cape Girardeau, Mo. - The Otahkians travel to Memphis to face the Tigers Tuesday September 9 at 7:00 p.m. Southeast (1-1-1) is coming off a 2-0 loss to #11 ranked Auburn.

The Lady Tigers (0-2-1) are coming off a 0-0 double over-time draw with Evansville which snapped their two-game losing streak. Memphis opened their season at Mississippi State with a 3-1 loss. Mississippi State held the Lady Tigers scoreless until the last minute of the game when reserve forward Yyiko Konno shot a 22-yard blast past the goalkeeper. The squad went on to be shutout by Ole Miss 7-0. Memphis was unable to keep up with the Rebels, as the Rebels had an amazing 29 shots to Memphis's 9.

This marks the second meeting of the two teams as Southeast looks to revenge their 2-1 loss to Memphis at home last season. Currently junior forward Marla Gianino is leading the team's offensive threat with 7 shots (5 on goal) and one assist on the season. Senior Valerie Henderson and junior Erin Slattery are leading the team in scoring as both have one goal a piece.

Following Tuesday's match-up with Memphis, Southeast will return home for their home opener Friday September 12 at 7:00 p.m. against IUPUI. Then the Otahkians will host in-state rival Southwest Missouri State Sunday September 14 at 7:00 p.m.

 
 

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