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CU Buffs soccer preview: Stony Brook

Buffs try to regroup after consecutive losses against top-10 foes

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Stony Brook at CU Buffs women’s soccer

KICKOFF: Sunday, noon MT, Prentup Field.

BROADCAST: TV/Stream — Colorado live stream (CUBuffs.com).

RECORDS: Stony Brook 1-2-1; Colorado 2-2.

LEADERS: Stony Brook — Goals: F Alyssa Francese, Sr., and MF Gabby Daniels, Fr., 1; Assists: D/MF Kerry Pearson, So., 2; Goalie: Emerson Richmond Burke, Jr., .739 save percentage; 1.61 goals-against average. Colorado — Goals: F Shyra James, So., 2; Assists: MF Allie Palangi, Jr., and MF Rachel Rosen, So., 2; Goalie: Dani Hansen, Jr., .714 save percentage, 1.40 goals-against average.

NOTES: Kickoff originally was scheduled for 1 p.m. but has been moved up to noon…CU and Stony Brook have met just once previously, with the Buffs posting a 4-0 win at home on Sept. 20, 2013…Stony Brook has been outscored 9-2 in four matches this season and is coming off a 4-0 loss at Providence…Hansen posted the second-best single-season save percentage (.876) in CU program history during the delayed 2020 season earlier this year, but she has allowed four goals on 12 shots over the past two games, albeit against top-10 competition. Freshman goalkeeper Bella Grust played the final 20 minutes of the Buffs’ 2-0 loss on Thursday at No. 6 TCU…The Buffs face Cal State Fullerton for the first time in program history on Thursday at Prentup Field (4 p.m.).

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