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    No. 14 NU Hosts SIUE Saturday at Lakeside Field

    NUSPORTSDOTCOM Senior Scott Lakin executed the 'Cats key free kick in the team's 1-0 Wednesday win against Northern Illinois.
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    Senior Scott Lakin executed the 'Cats key free kick in the team's 1-0 Wednesday win against Northern Illinois.
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    Oct. 10, 2013

    SIUE (5-5-0, 1-0-0) at No. 14 Northwestern (8-3-0, 1-1-0)
     Date Saturday, Oct. 12 | 7:30 p.m. CT
     Location  Lakeside Field  | Evanston, Ill.
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     Social Media  @NUMensSoccer   |  Facebook

    EVANSTON, Ill.--No. 14 Northwestern (8-3-0, 1-1-0) ends its four game home stand by taking on SIU-Edwardsville (5-5-0, 1-0-0) Saturday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. CT at Lakeside Field.

    The ‘Cats are coming off a 1-0 win over Northern Illinois. Senior Chris Ritter scored the game winning goal against the Huskies on a header off a free kick from near midfield by Scott Lakin.

    SIU-Edwardsville defeated Central Arkansas 2-1 on Oct. 5 to snap a three-game losing streak. Christian Volesky leads the Cougars with four goals and eight points. John Berner has recorded all of SIUE’s goalkeeping minutes, recording a 5-5 record.

    Calistri’s Scoring Spree Leads Nation
    Sophomore forward Joey Calistri is tied for the nation’s lead in goals (10), points (22) and goals per game (1.00). 

    NCAA Total Goals Leaders
    1. 10 - Joey Calistri, Northwestern
    1. 10 - Pete Caringi, UMBC
    1. 10 - Mamadee Nyepon, High Point
    4.  9 - Four players tied

    NCAA Goals Per Game Leaders
    1. 1.00 - Joey Calistri, Northwestern
    1. 1.00 - Guillermo Delgado, Delaware
    1. 1.00 - Larry Ndjock, Loyola Maryland
    1. 1.00 - Mamadee Nyepon, High Point
    5. 0.91 - Pete Caringi, UMBC

    NCAA Total Points Leaders
    1. 22 - Joey Calistri, Northwestern
    1. 22 - Pete Caringi, UMBC
    1. 22 - Mamadee Nyepon, High Point
    4. 21 - Neco Brett, Robert Morris
    4. 21 - Guillermo Delgado, Delaware

    Wildcat Offense
    As a team, Northwestern leads the Big Ten in goals (22) and points (66). NU leads the Big Ten in shutouts this season (7). 

    Climbing the Charts
    Sophomore forward Joey Calistri’s 10 goals this season and 19 career goals has already cracked into the Top 10 in the Northwestern record book.

    Northwestern Career Goal Leaders
    1. 33 — Matt Eliason, 2007-10
    2. 30 — Jonathan Hall, 1986-89
    3. 28 — Brad North, 2003-2006
    3. 28 — Gerardo Alvarez, 2003-2006
    5. 25 — Paul Cirino, 1985-88
    5. 25 — Scott Freidheim, 1983-86
    7. 22 — Oliver Kupe, 2008-11
    8. 20 — Andy McDermott, 1994-97
    8. 20 — Jim Muldoon, 1985-88
    10. 19 — Joey Calistri, 2012-Present
    10. 19 — David Roth, 2004-07
    10. 19 — Okan Altiparmak, 1982-83

    Most Goals, Northwestern Single Season
    1. 17 — Jonathan Hall, 1988
    2. 13 — Matt Eliason, 2009
    3. 12 — Matt Eliason, 2008
    3. 12 — Gerardo Alvarez, 2004
    3. 12 — Scott Freidheim, 1986
    3. 12 — Scott Freidheim, 1985
    3. 12 — Okan Altiparmak, 1982
    8. 11 — Jonathan Hall, 1989
    9. 10 — Joey Calistri, 2013
    9. 10 — Oliver Kupe, 2010
    9. 10 — Bob Gaddis, 1981

    Donut Patrol
    Northwestern’s 1-0 win against Northern Illinois marked junior goalkeeper Tyler Miller’s 26th career shutout. The 26 shutouts rank second in school history, behind Misha Rosenthal, who recorded 29 shutouts from 2005-09.

    Most Career Shutouts in Northwestern History
    1. 29 — Misha Rosenthal, 2005-09
    2. 26 — Tyler Miller, 2011-Present
    3. 16 — George Kokodynski, 1987-90

    Miller’s 7 shutouts this season is tied for the fourth most in a single season in Northwestern history. Miller’s 2012 (10) and 2011 (9) seasons already rank in two of the school’s top three list.

    Most Shutouts, Northwestern Single Season
    1. 13 — Misha Rosenthal, 2008
    2. 10 —Tyler Miller, 2012
    3. 9 — Tyler Miller, 2011
    4. 7 — Tyler Miller, 2013
    4. 7 — Misha Rosenthal, 2007
    4. 7 — J.D. Martin, 2002

    Take 2
    Sophomore forward Joey Calistri has registered four career, multi-goal games, including three this season. His four career, multi-goal games are the most for Northwestern since Matt Eliason (2007-10) tallied five in his ‘Cats career.

    A look at Calistri’s four games with at least two goals:

    1.  Oct. 9, 2012 vs. Rhode Island
    2. Sep. 7, 2013 at Xavier
    3. Sep. 13, 2013 vs. Green Bay (three goal hat trick)
    4. Oct. 2, 2013 vs. Bradley

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