Walt Beazley

Soccer Midweek Report: Sept. 23

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Each Wednesday during the season, the Midweek Report will serve as a recap of the previous week of action for Arkansas soccer, while previewing the week ahead and keeping up with national rankings and individual accolades.


Arkansas went 0-2 last week, dropping their last non-conference game to Kansas 2-1 in overtime on Sept. 17, and losing to Mississippi State 2-1 on Sept. 20.


The Razorbacks hit the road seeking their first win of the season in conference play with matches against Georgia (1-6-1, 0-2-0) on Friday, and No. 22-ranked Kentucky (8-1-1, 2-0-0) on Sunday. Both games can be viewed live on SEC Network +.


• The Razorbacks are 1-4-2 against Georgia while playing in Athens, Ga., and 2-11-4 overall. In the teams’ last meeting, the Razorbacks tied the Bulldogs 1-1 after double overtime in the SEC Tournament, but were edged out 4-3 on PKs.

• Arkansas is 1-8-1 when playing Kentucky on their home pitch, and 7-11-2 overall. In their last meeting, the Razorbacks topped the Wildcats 2-1 in double overtime after a Tyler Allen free kick.

Katie Moore‘s goal 11 seconds into the match against Mississippi State topped Ashleigh Ellenwood’s goal at the 49-second mark vs. Yale.

Erika Miller notched her fourth assist of the season on Claire Kelley’s goal vs. Kansas. She leads the team in that category.

Cameron Carter’s two wins this season places her third overall among Razorback keepers with 26 overall wins. She needs two more wins to surpass Carrie Dilsaver (‘03-’06) and vault into second place.

• Arkansas turns the dial up to 11 in the second half, outscoring and outshooting opponents 9-5, and 90-41, respectively.


• On August 23, 2015, a record crowd of 2,337 witnessed a 1-0 win over TCU at Razorback Field. That broke the previous record of 2,268 set in a 2-1 win over Oklahoma St. on August 24, 2014.

• After averaging 981 fans per game in 2013, the Razorbacks attracted 1,359 supporters per contest in 2014. That equals an astounding 38.5-percent increase in average attendance, catapulting the Razorback to 13th in the country for women’s soccer attendance.

• Through six home matches this season, the Razorbacks are averaging an attendance of 1,281.

2010-15 Average Attendance

• 2010: 766
• 2011: 904
• 2012: 841
• 2013: 981
• 2014: 1,359
2015: 1,281