BOSTON - Coming off two straight shutout victories, the Boston University women's soccer team will return home as it hosts Lafayette for Pride Day on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 1 p.m. Following the conclusion of the women's game, the men's team will take on Lehigh at 4 p.m. to close out the Nickerson Field doubleheader.
- BU earned its 300th win in program history Wednesday night after blanking Holy Cross, 3-0.
- Anna Heilferty posted her first career brace, while McKenna Doyle netted her second goal of the season.
- BU has gone undefeated in 44 straight home conference games.
- The streak, which dates back to 2007, is the second-longest undefeated in home conference games streak in the nation.
- Heilferty leads the team in goals (5), assists (3) and points (13) and has posted seven points over BU's first three conference games.
- Chelsea Churchill and Morgan Messner each picked up their first career honors from the Patriot League, as Churchill was tabbed the Midfielder of the Week, while Messner was named the Rookie of the Week on Monday.
- Churchill has three points over the last three games, while Messner has posted back-to-back shutouts in net.
- BU is 38-5-4 all-time in regular season Patriot League games and has never surrendered more than two goals in any league contest.
- Additionally, BU has posted at least five clean sheets in each of its first five seasons in the Patriot League, and has amassed 30 league shutouts.
- Head coach Nancy Feldman, the only coach in the program's 24-year history, has posted a 300-150-46 (.651) mark during her tenure at BU and owns a 392-168-55 (.682) career record.
- Lafayette is coming off two straight loses to drop to 4-6 overall and 1-2 in conference play.
- All six of Lafayette's loses have been shutouts.
- Alex Stanford leads the team in goals (5) and points (11), and ranks third in the league with 1.10 points per game.
- Katie Brannigan is the top assists provider (4) and is tied with Krista Kissell (2g) for second on the team in points.
- Maggie Pohl has played every minute in net, posting an .810 save percentage to go with a 1.20 goals against average.
- BU has come out on top in all six of its games against the Leopards and owns an 19-1 goal advantage.
- The Terriers ended the Leopards' season last year in the Patriot League Tournament quarterfinals, as Jacki Carty headed in the game-winning goal in the 75th minute.
- BU will remain at home as it hosts Navy on Friday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m.
- Friday will serve as the team's Kick Out Cancer game, and all ticket sales will be donated to The Ellie Fund.