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BY THE NUMBERS: First place on the line as Gee-Gees face RMC, Queen’s

Photo de Katherine Bearne
Photo: Greg Mason

September 21, 2019

  • The Matchup: #1 Ottawa Gee-Gees (5-0-1, 1st place in OUA East) at RMC Paladins (0-4-0, 10th in OUA East)
  • Location: Navy Bay (Kingston, Ont.)
  • Kickoff: 1 pm EST
  • Series Record: Ottawa leads 26-0-3
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 1, RMC 0 – October 20, 2018 at Gee-Gees Field. 

OTTAWA GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
  • Morton and Bearne lead the OUA in goals and assists, respectively. Morton's eight goals leads U SPORTS, while Bearne is tied for the U SPORTS lead in assists.
  • Morton's 2019 season could be the 18th time in team history a player has scored double-digit goals in a single season. The last player to do so was Emma Lefebvre, who scored 11 in 2018.
  • The Gee-Gees and RMC have faced off 29 times and the Paladins have only scored in four of those games. Ottawa has never lost to RMC, sporting a record of 26-0-3 in regular season and playoff action.
  • Ottawa beat Nipissing 8-0 in their last game on Sunday, September 15. It was the first time since August 26, 2016 that the Gee-Gees have scored seven or more goals in a contest.

RMC GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Goals: None
    • Assists: None
  • RMC have yet to find the back of the net this season.
  • Paladin goalkeepers Caludia Rusu and Breanne Habinski have combined to make the third-most saves in the OUA this season (42).
  • RMC is looking to snap an eight-game winless streak in OUA action.

September 22, 2019

  • The Matchup: #1 Ottawa Gee-Gees (5-0-1, 1st place in OUA East) at Queen's Gaels (4-0-1, 2nd in OUA East)
  • Location: Tindall Field (Kingston, Ont.)
  • Kickoff: 1 pm EST
  • Series Record: Ottawa leads 26-18-19
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 1, Queen's 0 – October 21, 2018 at Gee-Gees Field.

QUEEN'S GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Goals: Cecillia Way — 7
    • Assists: Taylor Green and Jenna Matsukubo — 3
  • Ottawa's winning percentage of 41.2% over 63 matches against the Gaels is their lowest versus any OUA school.
  • Despite being undefeated, Queen's are not ranked in the U SPORTS National Rankings. Ottawa have yet to face a nationally ranked opponent this season.
  • The only time Ottawa or Queen's have dropped points this season has been draws with the University of Toronto.
  • Striker Christie Gray has attempted the fourth-most shots in the conference this season (19), but has only found the back of the net once.