SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Continuing its road trip, Santa Clara women's soccer plays at Notre Dame Sunday at 9 a.m. Pacific in the final match of the Notre Dame Invitational.
On Friday afternoon, the Broncos played to a 1-all draw with No. 23 Michigan in South Bend.
Santa Clara is 6-13-2 all-time against Notre Dame with the first meeting coming in 1995 and the most recent in 2016. Last year the Broncos and Irish finished in a scoreless draw at Stevens Stadium.
Santa Clara (2-2-1) has gotten goals from six different players this season. Julie Doyle and Maddy Gonzalez both lead the team with two apiece while Maria Sanchez, Kelsey Turnbow, Kellie Peay, and Myah Baksh each have one. Sanchez leads the team with three assists and five points. Turnbow has added two assists and Peay has one.
Melissa Lowder has started three games in net with Courtney Ogren starting two. Ogren has allowed two goals for a 0.90 GAA and made five saves for a .714 save percentage. Lowder has 13 saves for a .650 save percentage.
Notre Dame (2-1-2) has outscored its opponents 7-2 on the season while putting 40 shots on goal and allowing 20.
Jennifer Westendorf leads the team with four points and is tied for the lead with two goals and two assists. Natalie Jacobs has also found the back of the net twice and Eva Hurm has two assists. Sandra Yu has scored once and added two assists.
Brooke Littman has allowed two goals for a 0.33 GAA and has a .905 save percentage with 19 saves. She has collected three shutouts on the year.
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