Amanda Draeger and the BYU defense have only allowed one goal in 2007. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)
PROVO -- Fresh of its 200th victory as a NCAA Division I program, the No. 14 BYU women's soccer team (7-0-2) will host Montana (2-6-0) Saturday at 7 p.m. at South Stadium.
BYU is led by Hermann Trophy candidates Katie Larkin, a junior from Draper, Utah (Alta HS), and Jessica Harmon-Carter, a junior from Provo, Utah (Timpview HS). Larkin has seven goals on the season with six game-winners, and Harmon-Carter leads a defense that has only allowed one goal, which came on a penalty kick.
Senior goalkeeper Erika Woodbury of Murrieta, Calif. is one of the best keepers in the nation and recorded eight shutouts in BYU's first eight games. She is the career saves and shutouts leader at BYU with 224 and 35, respectively. She is four shutouts away from tying her own single-season shutout record of 12.
Montana is 2-7-0 on the season, and lost 1-0 at Utah State on Thursday.
Individual tickets to the game are $5 for adults and $4 for students. Students will All-Sport Passes get in free. Families and teams can get in for $15, and youth groups can get in for $20. BYU "Y" lot parking will be available to the public all day on Saturday.