Internet Broadcast Available for Sept. 17 Northridge-Penn Match

Sept. 16, 2010

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. - A live Internet broadcast of the Northridge women's soccer Sept. 17 match against Penn at 7 p.m. from Matador Soccer Field will be made available on and Bill Courtland will once again provide play-by-play coverage for the Matadors as they take on the Quakers for the first time in school history.

Fans can access the broadcast, which will go live at approximately 6:55 p.m. (PT), by clicking on the "Listen Live" link under the "Calendar" tab on the front page of

The broadcast can also be accessed by going to the women's soccer schedule page, clicking on the Penn game and finding the "Listen Live" link that will appear on the right-hand side of the screen underneath the teams' logos and gametracker icon.

Finally, cans can also navigate to and click on the "Broadcast Schedule" tab on the top of the home page. This will direct fans to a link announcing the game.

This will be the third women's home game that Courtland has broadcast. He is also the voice of the Matador men's basketball program, working with Alan Zinsmeister.

Matador Soccer Quick Kicks:


Farryn Townley is two goals shy of setting a new school record for career goals

• She has 18 career goals (Brianna Monka owns career record with 19 goals)

• Townley enters Friday's game fifth in school history with 39 career points, 1 point shy of moving into tie for 4th and 6 points clear of tying school record

• She leads the team with 3 goals and 6 points

• Townley scored double-overtime game-winning goal against Kansas on Sept. 10

• Townley was named Big West Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 13

Cynthia Jacobo is one win shy of tying Leah Elliott for fifth in school history with 10 career wins

• Eight of Jacobo's nine career wins have come by shutout

• Jacobo was named Big West Defensive Co-Player of the Week on Sept. 13 after recording pair of 1-0 shutouts over KU and UNLV in Las Vegas last weekend

Brittanie Sakajian scored game-winning goal against UNLV on Sept. 12, the first of her career

• Sakajian is leads team with 2 assists, has two goals and is tied with Townley for team lead with 6 points

Alexis Barbará recorded 1st career assist in win over UNLV on Sept. 12

Brielle Slepicoff recorded 1st assist of season and 6th of career in win over KU


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