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Soccer: LWC Men gear up to defend home field

The Lindsey Wilson men's soccer team returns home on Wednesday to defend Ray Wells Field against Thomas More University (KY). The Blue Raiders (1-5-2, 0-2) and the Saints (6-1-1, 1-0-1) will face off at 7pmCT on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at Walter S. Reuling Stadium, 151 Holloway Drive, Columbia, KY.

This will be the sixth matchup between LWC and Thomas More in history as Lindsey Wilson is leading the series between the two squads five to none. The Blue Raiders won their previous match 5-0 against the Saints on Oct. 6 of last year.

Lindsey Wilson is coming off a 3-1 road loss to Cumberland (TN) in its last outing on the road. The Blue Raiders struggled to maneuver through the solid Phoenix defense as they were outshotted and only allowed five total shots on goal. Pablo Costa enters the match with 18 saves on the season for LWC.

The Saints are entering tomorrow's game after a convincing 3-1 win over Shawnee State (OH) this past weekend. Flo Meyer is leading the team in goals with four on the season and goalkeeper Emilio Benmergui Rodriquez has 11 saves with a GAA of 1.00.

LWC is looking to avoid a 0-3 start to conference play as they face off against Thomas More on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Live stats and video will be available.

This story was posted on 2022-09-27 18:22:46
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