At 8-3-1 and 2-0-1 in the Atlantic-10, Dayton is off to a great start. What makes the Flyers' start so special is that four starters have come back from knee injuries.
Senior Kim Sacher
suffered her knee injury snowboarding. Fellow seniors Amanda Gallow
have rebounded from knee injuries as sophomore midfielder Cara Cornacchia
UD head coach Mike
said knee injuries are far too common in women's soccer.
"It's devastating whenever it happens," Tucker told Flyer News
. "You almost count on one every year. It's hard
because you know when it happens that you can't count on that player for a minimum of six months and in some cases a year."