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Soccer: LWC Men looking to remain perfect in conference play

By Kyle Jackson

The No. 16-ranked Lindsey Wilson men's soccer team looks to continue their unbeaten run of play in the Mid-South Conference when they travel to Thomas More (KY) tonight, Wednesday, October 6, 2021. Kickoff is set for 6pmCT at Republic Bank Field.

The Blue Raiders (5-1-1, 4-0 MSC) enter tonight's game after defeating No. 24-ranked Cumberlands (KY) 4-0 in commanding fashion last Saturday.


Amin Fernouchi scored his first goal of the season in the match while Julien Gastaldy scored a brace to open his scoring account in 2021. Nathaniel Onyina Opoku added a fourth late on for his sixth goal of the season. Meanwhile, Anouar Adam picked up his first assist of the year with Alexander Koziolek picking up his fifth assist of the season in the match.

Opoku leads the Blue Raiders in goals scored with six in seven games this season. Meanwhile, Koziolek leads the team in assists with five after seven games, a career-high. As a team, Lindsey Wilson has outshot their opponents 136-54 this year outscoring them 19-11. The Blue Raiders are currently unbeaten in their last six games and haven't lost a road contest this season.

As for the Saints (4-3-2, 2-2 MSC), they enter tonight's match after defeating Pikeville (KY) 4-2 last Saturday. Freshman midfielder Flo Meyer had two goals in the match to lead the Saints to their fourth win of the season.

Senior midfielder Griffin Garrison leads the team in goals scored with four in nine games this season while Flo Meyer leads the side in assists with five in nine games. As a team, the Saints have scored 17 goals in nine games.

This will be the fifth meeting between these programs with the first meeting taking place on August 30, 1990. Lindsey Wilson leads the series 4-0.

Live video and live stats will be available for the match.


This story was posted on 2021-10-06 10:32:57
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