Iowa Soccer: By the Numbers

Oct. 6, 2012

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa women’s soccer team is in the middle of the most successful run in school history and is currently 11-1-2 overall. The Hawkeyes rank at, or near the top, in numerous Big Ten and NCAA statistical categories. Below is a “By the Numbers” look at the 2012 Iowa soccer team.

2 – Number of players that have won Big Ten weekly awards. Goalkeepers Hannah Clark and Meg Goodson were named Big Ten Defensive and Freshman of the Week in consecutive weeks.

6 – Number of categories that Iowa’s offensive leader, Cloe Lacasse, ranks in the top 30 in NCAA statistics. Those categories are total points (sixth – 28), goals (sixth – 11), game-winning goals (11th – four), points per game (15th – 2.0), goals per game (19th – .786) and assists (26th – six).

8 – Iowa ranks either first or second in eight of the 10 Big Ten statistical categories.

9 – Amount of shutouts Iowa has produced this season, tying the school record that was set last season.

11 – Number of victories for the Hawkeyes. That’s the most in the Big Ten and second in the NCAA behind Navy (13 wins).

19 – The amount of nonconference games Iowa has gone without a loss. Iowa’s last nonconference loss was Sept. 19, 2010.

29 – The Hawkeyes are receiving votes in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll. Iowa is currently the 29th ranked team in the country.

39 – Iowa’s current NCAA RPI ranking.

.857 – Iowa’s win percentage, which is ninth best in the NCAA and tops the Big Ten.

.914 – Combined save percentage for Iowa’s goalkeepers, which is the second-best in the NCAA, only .009 percentage points behind Florida State for the national lead. Hannah Clark also ranks second, individually, in the NCAA at .919.

4 – Chances Iowa fans have left to see the Hawkeyes play at home this season. Iowa’s next home game is Oct. 12 vs. Ohio State at 7 p.m.