Women's Soccer

Former Prep Rivals Return to Oregon as Teammates

Jill Farley scored her first collegiate goal vs NMSU.
Jill Farley scored her first collegiate goal vs NMSU.
Aug. 27, 2014

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The Last Meeting
Loyola Marymount1
Oregon State2
September 13, 2009
Eugene, Ore.
Beavers Shoot Past Lions 2-1
Eugene, Ore. - LMU took a first half lead but Oregon State scored twice in a 61-second span in the second half to hand the Lions their second straight loss, 2-1, Sunday morning at the Oregon Nike Tournament in Eugene, Ore. The loss prevented the Lions (4-3-0) from registering their first win over a Pac-10 school since 2006 while improving the Beavers (4-1-0) to 2-1 all-time against LMU.

The Last Meeting
Loyola Marymount2
Oregon3
September 11, 2009
Eugene, Ore.
Rementer's Double Not Enough in 3-2 Loss
Eugene, Ore. - Trailing 3-0, LMU mounted a furious comeback and nearly pulled off the recovery thanks to two goals from sophomore Erin Rementer but time ran out as the Lions had their three-game winning streak snapped with a 3-2 defeat at Oregon on Friday night. The Lions (4-2-0) also see their three-match shutout streak come to an end against the hosts Ducks (3-1-1) in the opening game of the Oregon Nike Tournament.

LOS ANGELES - Carrying a 2-0 record after the opening week of play, the LMU women's soccer team hits the road for the first time in 2014 for a pair of games. The Lions will face two Pac-12 opponents in Oregon State (Friday, Aug. 29) and Oregon (Sunday, Aug. 31).

Opening weekend saw four Lions score goals in helping LMU to a 3-1 come-from-behind win over New Mexico State and a 2-0 shutout of Cleveland State. Junior Callie Taylor scored the game-winner in each match, earning West Coast Conference Player of the Week honors. Also finding the back of the net were Sydney Zuccolotto, Shannon Kent and Jill Farley. Brianne Medved contributed three assists while Jocelyn Blankenship and Morgan Hilby had one helper each.

The trip to Corvallis and Eugene is a special one for Lion freshman duo Jill Farley and Lexi Frey. The pair hail from Tualatin, Ore., and Beaverton, Ore., respectively, where they spent the majority of their prep careers as rivals. As star defenders for their respective squads, their final meeting in high school came in the Oregon State semifinals last fall

Frey's Jesuit High School side carried a 14-game shutout into the match. And Farley picked that day to play spoiler. The Tualatin High School star scored the first goal allowed all season by Jesuit, and then went on to assist the second in a 2-0 victory.

The LMU Sports Network sat down with the former rivals to talk about their prep careers, their return home this weekend, how they made their way to LMU and what it's like to now don the same LMU crimson and play side-by-side in the Lions' back line.

FOLLOW THE LIONS
• LMU at Oregon State - Friday, Aug. 29 @ 5 pm | Live Stats
• LMU at Oregon - Sunday, Aug. 31 @ 1 pm | Live Stats

SERIES HISTORY VS OREGON STATE
The Lions and Beavers have met three times in program history. LMU took a 3-0 victory at Sullivan Field on Sept. 26, 2004 while Oregon State claimed victory in the other two matches - one in 2001 and the most recent in 2009.

SERIES HISTORY VS OREGON
LMU is 2-1 all-time against Oregon, earning wins over the Ducks in 2003 and 2006. The Ducks took a 3-2 win in the last meeting, on Sept. 11, 2009.

LION NOTES
• Junior midfielder Jocelyn Blankenship was named to the 2014 All-WCC Preseason Team
Callie Taylor earned the first WCC Player of the Week honor for 2014
• Sophomore Sophia Leksan earned her first career shutout against Cleveland State
• The five goals LMU scored last weekend is already halfway to last year's season total

 

 

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