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Soccer Ranks High in Several NCAA Statistical Categories

Otahkians are one of only three schools in the country not to allow a goal so far this season.

Senior goalkeeper Beth Guccione is tied for the NCAA lead in goals against average.

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Sept. 25, 2001

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - The weekly NCAA Division I soccer rankings are out, and the Southeast Missouri State Otahkians rank high in several different categories, including individual assists, individual goals against average, team goals against average and winning percentage.

Senior goalkeeper Beth Guccione is one of 11 goalkeepers in the country ranked number one in goals against average (0.00). Of those 11, only five have played in five or more games this season, and of those five, Guccione has played in more games (6) than any of them.

Sophomore Erika Todd currently ranks 13th in the country in assists per game (.83) and her four assists against Jacksonville State earlier this season is tied for first place for assists in a game. Kristen Blackwell of Wright State also recorded four assists against Morehead State this season.

Most impressively, as a team, Southeast is one of only three schools in the country not to allow a goal this season. The other two schools are Princeton and National soccer powerhouse the North Carolina Tar Heels.

Southeast is also tied for number one in winning percentage (1.000) with eight other schools. Those other undefeated and untied teams are Ball State, Kentucky, Nebraska, North Carolina, Princeton, St. Mary's (Calif.), Stanford and UCLA.

Despite these national statistical rankings, Southeast has yet to garner any votes in a regional or national soccer poll yet this season.


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