BY THE NUMBERS: Gee-Gees renew rivalry with Carleton in cross-town battle

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Photo: Greg Mason

October 6, 2019

The Matchup: #1 Ottawa Gee-Gees (8-0-2, 1st in OUA East) v. Carleton Ravens (1-5-3, 9th in OUA East)

Location: MNP Park

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m.

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Series Record: Ottawa leads 40-1-11

Last Meeting: Ottawa 3, Carleton 1 – September 4, 2019 at Matt Anthony Field



Major Stat Leaders

Morton and Bearne lead both the OUA and U SPORTS in goals and assists, respectively. 

There are 53 schools competing in U SPORTS women's soccer this season, and Morton's 13 goals are more than 31 of those teams have amongst all their players, combined. The Carleton Ravens are one of them. 

With two more goals, Morton will set the record for most goals by a Gee-Gees player in a single season. The record is currently held by Pilar Khoury (2013 and 2014) and Deanna Saracino (1999).

Ottawa took the first meeting of the season by a 3-1 score. Morton got all three goals, while Bearne and Adriane Devlin earned assists.

The Gee-Gees have conceded once in their last 468 minutes of game action.



Major Stat Leaders

  • Goals: Jordyn DeAveiro and Chloe Doherty – 2 
  • Assists: Chloe Doherty – 1 

The Ravens have only beaten the Gee-Gees once in 52 all-time meetings. 

Doherty got the goal from the penalty spot in the teams' first meeting of the season. 

Carleton has used four different goalkeepers this year. Outfield players Cheyenne Bent and Madeleine Albright had to spend time between the sticks at points this season. Sophie Ehlebracht has started the Ravens last two games. 



 "It's Panda weekend. It's a rivalry game for us versus Carleton. I know the local players want to play well and perform well in this match." – Head coach Steve Johnson