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Maddi Moore Breaks School-Record with 24 Saves
Moore breaks school-record for saves in a single game (24)

April 5, 2012

VILLANOVA, Pa. - Sophomore Maddi Moore accrued an astounding 24 saves in net versus St. Francis on Sunday, April 1st to eclipse the 20-save mark and set a school record for the second consecutive time. The transfer from Arizona State University posted 21 saves in the previous match against Virginia Military Institute (VMI) to surpass Jessica Wells and Erin Foley on the all-time list.

In the four-game weekend, Moore registered 63 saves. The goalie recorded a .774 save percentage in opposition to St. Francis, while only allowing seven goals in the contest. Against VMI, the Malvern, Pa. native earned a save percentage of .750. In two contests alone, the sophomore shielded 45 away from entering the back of the cage and notched a .762 save percentage.

Moore has registered 204 saves on 453 shots thus far in the 2012 campaign, which yields a .450 save percentage through 22 matches. With 247 goals allowed, she holds a 10.86 GAA. Her 37 steals rank second highest on the team. The highly-touted goalie from Pennsylvania has secured seven wins this season.

Jessica Wells gathered 19 saves on March, 27th 2004 in a contest versus George Washington, while Erin Foley amassed her 19 against Siena on April 10th, 2005.