Senior Breaks School Record in Career Shots

Oct. 25, 2007

Final Stats

Senior Cyeeta Mott broke the school career record in shots, as the visiting Eagles lost to Weber State University 1-0 in double overtime Thursday (Oct. 25).

Mott broke the school record of 122 shots held by Beth Russell (2002-05). With five tonight, she now has tallied a total of 125 shots.

Mott also holds records in career goals of 12, previously held by Jennie Summers (2002-05) at 11. She also holds the record for single-season shots with 48. Beth Russell held the record in 2004 with 39.

Mott is tied with the school record in single-season points with 10. She is tied with Traci Jellison (2002) and Liz Hail (2001). She also is just one goal away from tying the school record in single-season goals. Traci Jellison (2002) and Liz Hail (2001) hold that record with five goals apiece.

Freshman Jessica Blessard had a total of 11 saves and allowed only one goal to go by her in the 109th minute from a corner by Shaylee Hyde to Teresa Holt with a header. Blessard has a total of 24 saves in six games.

The Eagles (6-8-0, 1-4-0) will play at home Sunday (Oct. 28) against Idaho State (6-6-2, 2-1-1 BSC). Game time is 1 p.m.

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