Women's Soccer Looks To Get Back on Track vs. Le Moyne


ITHACA, N.Y. — The women's soccer team returns home on Wednesday night, looking to even its record after hosting Le Moyne in the programs' first meeting in 33 years under the lights at Berman Field. The game will be broadcast on ESPN3.

GAME INFORMATION

Le Moyne at Cornell DATE: Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 TIME: 7 p.m. SITE: Berman Field – Ithaca, N.Y. (natural surface) RECORDS: Cornell 1-2, Le Moyne 1-0 VIDEO: ESPN3​​​​​ LIVE STATS: CornellBigRed.com

ABOUT THE BIG RED

• Cornell comes in off a pair of losses, most recently a 2-1 setback Monday at Siena. The Saints scored twice in the opening 40 minutes before Aidan Julia Reineman scored her first collegiate goal early in the second half for Cornell. A fellow freshman, Evanthia Spyredes, earned the assist on the play for her first collegiate point. • The Big Red split two Friday matches to open its season, first rallying for a 2-1 overtime victory Aug. 24 at St. Bonaventure before a 2-0 setback against Buffalo last Friday. • Cornell started up its 37th varsity season in dramatic fashion, with junior center back Kaili Gregory's golden goal on a free kick from 22 yards in the 100th minute against the Bonnies. • Gregory also set up the Big Red's first goal of the season, making a long pass that led to sophomore midfielder Naomi Jaffe's goal from a near impossible angle in the 65th minute to tie the game. • For a full preview of the Big Red's 2018 season, go to https://cornellbigred.com/news/2018/8/23/outlook-more-goals-the-goal-for-womens-soccer.aspx.

HEAD COACH DWIGHT HORNIBROOK

• After serving as an assistant coach for five seasons, Dwight Hornibrook was named the program's sixth head coach in advance of the 2017 season. • Hornibrook had 17 years of head coaching experience with the men's soccer programs at Houghton and SUNY Cortland before joining the Cornell women's soccer team. He has helped the Big Red win 33 games over the last six-plus years and now has an overall record as a head coach of 185-126-33. • Two-time Cornell captain goalkeeper Tori Christ '14 returns for her second season as an assistant coach, and Eva Francavilla has joined the staff as an assistant coach.