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START OF OPENING: The Snow College women’s soccer team will travel to Price to take on Utah State University-Eastern on Saturday.

The No. 10 Badgers come into the matchup with an overall record of 6-1-1 and a record of 3-1-1 in Scenic West Athletic Conference play. They are currently on a three match winning streak during which they have scored 24 goals and only allowed one.

Snow College is coming off a 9-1 victory over Colorado Northwestern Community College. Badger’s meeting with USU-E will be their penultimate away game of the season, as they will play five of their last six games at home.

KNOW YOUR ENEMY: The Eagles enter Saturday’s matchup with a 5-3 overall record and a 4-1 record in SWAC play. USU-E has defeated Truckee Meadows Community College (2-0), CNCC (4-1), Community Christian College (8-0), and College of Southern Nevada (5-0). The Eagles’ only conference loss came against No. 4 Salt Lake Community College on September 8, by a final score of 1-0.

The Badgers are 14-1-3 overall against the Eagles since 2016. Badger’s only loss came on the road with a 1-0 loss on April 24, 2021. Snow College won eight straight against USU- E between September 2017 and October 2018. The Badgers are currently riding a four-game winning streak against the Eagles and have only allowed eight goals since 2016.

LAST TIME OUT: The Snow College Badgers improved to 6-1-1 overall and 3-1-1 in Scenic West Athletic Conference play with a 9-1 victory over Colorado Northwestern Community College on Thursday.

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Snow College started the scoring at 12the minute with a goal from Kennley Bradley. Candela Gonzalez returned the ball to Bradley, who shot from nearly 40 yards and found the back net to give the Badgers a 1-0 lead.

Madelyn McQueen extended the Badgers lead with a header from Mayu Yamamoto. Yamamoto would be on the receiving end of Snow College’s next goal when he received a pass from Skye Kennedy and beat the keeper to extend the lead 3-0.

Snow College would add two more points before halftime on goals from Belle Meadows and Emma Thomson. Miku Kayama and Breanna Wayman provided the assists to give the Badgers a 5-0 lead at halftime.

Fiona Jensen would be the Badgers’ sixth scorer by finding the net off a pass from Yamamoto.

The Spartans would not go without scoring as they would score in the 47the minute in a shot centered and scored from six meters.

The Badgers would get the score back seven minutes later when Kennedy got past her defender and slipped one past the keeper from inside the 18-yard box. Emma Young put Snow College up 8-1 in the ’70sthe minute of a Jensen corner kick.

Snow College capped the score at 78the minute when Laila Spring found the back of the net after a pass from Thomson. The Badgers would go out the rest of the period and posted a 9-1 victory.

In all, Snow College had nine scorers in the entire match. The Badgers took 39 total shots, 15 on target, compared to just four for the Spartans.

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UNTIL NEXT TIME: Snow College will play five if their last six home games begin with clashes against CSN on Thursday October 6 at 1pm and TMCC on Saturday October 8 at 11am.

CSN currently has an overall record of 1-9-1 and a record of 1-3-1 within the SWAC. Snow College defeated the Coyotes 7-0 on September 8 in Las Vegas. TMCC currently has an overall record of 5-1-1 and is 3-1-1 in the SWAC. The Badgers and Lizards matchup on September 3 resulted in a 2–2 tie. For information on streaming video and live statistics, visit snowbadgers.com.