Delaware (2-2-2) vs. Penn (0-3-2)

📅 Monday, September 11, 2017

🕖   7 p.m. ET

📍 Philadelphia, Pa.

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HEN SCRATCHINGS

  • LATE HEROICS AGAIN: The Blue Hens scored another dramatic equalizer on Friday afternoon. After UMass struck for a goal in the 77th minute, the Blue Hens tied the match just six minutes later when Krista Trinidad scooped up a loose ball and rocketed a shot into the wide-open net. The goal was Trinidad’s first of the season. Delaware and UMass played the rest of regulation and two overtime periods without a goal being scored. The draw extended Delaware’s unbeaten streak to four matches.
  • FLAIR FOR THE DRAMATIC: The Blue Hens have had a knack for scoring crucial goals this season. Delaware has scored five goals in the 70th minute or later this season, and have scored goals in the 80th minute or later in four consecutive matches.
  • CONTRIBUTIONS UP AND DOWN THE ROSTER: So far this season Delaware has scored eight goals, and six different players have tallied a goal. Seven different Blue Hens have tallied a point this season.
  • FRESHMAN MAKING AN IMPACT: Five freshmen have started multiple games this season for the Blue Hens. Freshman Olivia Schuck has scored a team leading two goals this season, while Riley Dixon has scored a goal and tallied a pair of assists. Half of the eight goals scored this season have been scored by freshmen.
  • GOING THE DISTANCE: In the team’s six matches, Delaware has gone to overtime five times, recording a record of 2-1-2 in extra-time matches. The Blue Hens lone non-overtime decision was the home opener versus then ranked No. 11 Georgetown (1-0 loss).

SERIES INFORMATION:

• Delaware and Penn are meeting for the fourth time in program history. 
The Blue Hens are 6-8-0 all-time against Penn.
Kailyn Rekos made a pair of saves in last season’s 2-1 loss vs. Penn.
UD has lost three-straight versus Penn, and haven’t defeated the Quakers since 2002.

MEDIA INFORMATION: Contact Andrew Stern | Anwstern@udel.edu | Office: 302-831-6519 | Cell: 914-589-9666