What you need to know
GAME TIMES (PST)
Goal scoring frenzy
- The Heat offense went off last week for five goals against the University of Saskatchewan
- Through five games the Heat have eight goals which puts them on pace to pass last years total of 13 goals in 16 games
- Hamish Walde now leads the team with two goals on the season
- For Pilcher and Stalfort it was the first goal in their CW careers. Of the 8 goals scores this season, five of them were by players scoring the first in their career. Along with Pilcher and Stalfort; Christian Taylor, Hamish Walde, and Sam McDonald also notched their first ever goal this season.
Scouting the Dinos
- Calgary comes into the weekend with a record of 3-3-0 on the season
- Last weekend they lost to nationally ranked #2 UBC by a score of 2-0 and beat the University of Fraser Valley Cascades 2-0 on the road.
- Four of the Dinos first six games have been on the road and they have played both the top two teams in the country (UBC and Alberta)
- Midfielder Bori Falaye currently is tied for second in the conference with four goals on the season
Head to Head (UBCO v CGY) (1W-0L-0T)
- The last time these two teams met the Heat won a five-goal thriller in Kelowna after Cole Kingzett and Zach Rachynski scored goals in the last two minutes of the game to give the Heat a 3-2 win
- This was the only previous match up between the two teams.
Scouting the Cougars
- Through six games, Mount Royal has a record of 2-3-1 and currently sit in fourth spot in the Canada West's Prairie Division.
- This will be the Cougars first home game since August 27th as they have been on the road for the last six matches
- Mount Royal uses a balanced offense attack, as six different players have scored so far this season
- One player to watch is midfielder Justin Anderson-Louch as he has nine shots on target already this season including a goal
Head to Head (UBCO v MRU) (0W-0L-0T)
- This will be the first ever Canada West match up between the two schools since the Heat soccer program's inaugural season in USPORTS in 2014-15