LAX Postgame Notes: USC vs. Boston University|
Junior goalie Gussie Johns put up eight saves and picked up seven ground balls to lead the Women of Troy
March 8, 2017
- USC won the historic first meeting with Boston University and now owns a 1-0 record against the Terriers.
- The Trojans have now won 24 of their last 26 games and 31 of the last 36.
- The Women of Troy improved their home winning streak to 19 consecutive games. USC has won 17 straight home games played at McAlister Field and improved to 25-8 all-time at the home venue.
- Senior attacker Michaela Michael moved up one spot in MPSF career history to become the fourth all-time leading goal scorer with 167 and passed Denver's Kara Secora (2009-13) who had 166 in four years.
- Five Trojans had multiple-goal games against the Terriers.
- Senior attacker Cynthia Del Core matched her career high with four goals and had her eighth-career hat trick game. It was the fourth time that she has reached four in a single game. With her assist, Del Core notched a new career-high with five points in a single game.
- Freshman midfielder Kerrigan Miller set new career marks with four ground balls and three draw controls and matched a career high with three caused turnovers.
- Junior goalie Gussie Johns had her third game with seven or more ground balls and was one away from matching her career high and the program record of eight in a single game. Johns also moved ahead of Liz Shaeffer (237 from 2013-16) to become USC's all-time saves leader and now has 240.
- Junior defender Lydia Sutton had a career-high two points and two assists.