After starting the season 1-0-1, Walsh heads to Ursuline College on Thursday at 4pm, then return home to host Daemen College on Sunday at 1 pm. The Ursuline game will be played at the Ursuline Soccer Field in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
After playing to a 1-1 overtime tie at Wheeling Jesuit, Walsh exploded for seven second half goals in their 8-0 whitewash of Ohio Valley on Saturday. Five different Cavaliers scored, with GLIAC Player of the Week Jessie Gearhart turning the Hat Trick. Gearhart also handed out an assist. Emily Durina scored and handed out two assists. Melissa Shoff and Mackenzie Gatchel each scored and had an assist. The Cavs' defense kept Ohio Valley from registering a shot.
Michaella Stucky has allowed one goal in 180 plus minutes for a 0.50 GAA.
Walsh and Ursuline (2-1) are meeting for the 11th time, with Walsh holding an 8-1-1 series advantage. The teams played to a 1-1 double overtime tie last season. Ursuline, a member of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC), has defeated Concord (3-1) and West Liberty (3-0). The Arrows only loss was administered by Shepard in overtime 2-1. Paige Rowan leads the squad with three goals. Vanessa Consiglio has two goals and two assists. Helen Jazzar has a 0.96 GAA.
Walsh and Daemen (2-1) are meeting for the first time since 2011, when they tangle at Len Milazzo Field on Sunday at 1 pm. The Cavs trail the all-time series 3-5, and lost the last meeting 5-1. The Wildcats have won the last four matches played between the former American Mideast Conference foes. Daemen picked up their two wins against Rio Grande (2-1) and Maine-Fort Kent (2-0). Their loss came at the hands of LeMoyne (2-1).Four different players have scored their four goals.