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LWC Women's Soccer to host Thomas More
By Kyle Jackson
The No. 13 Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team returns home to Walter S. Reuling Stadium today, Tuesday, March 9, 2021, for a mid-week clash against another Mid-South Conference opponent, Thomas More (KY). Kickoff is set for 3pmCT.
Live video and live stats will be available for the match. Please view the LWC Home Attendance Protocols for more information.
The Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team (4-1-0, 4-1-0 MSC) returns to Columbia for a three-game homestand this week after winning their last three matches on the road, outscoring opponents 5-2. On Sunday, The Blue Raiders earned their third overtime win of the season, a 1-0 win over Georgetown (Ky.) In what was a thrilling 0-0 draw for much of the match where both goalkeepers were making save after save, the Blue Raiders kept up the pressure to find the winner and did so late in the first overtime period, when Alicia Thorensen's cross found the foot of Silvia Marchesi in the box for her first career goal. The Blue Raiders have not lost in overtime so far this season.
Nakayenze, who leads the conference in shots per game at six continues to lead the offense with three goals scored this season. Alicia Thoresen leads the Blue Raiders with two assists this season. Goalkeeper Eveljn Frigotto has only allowed six goals so far this year while producing a goal against average of 1.12 percent, the fourth-lowest in the conference. As a team, Lindsey Wilson is outscoring opponents 8-6 and is averaging 1.6 goals and one assist per game.
The Thomas More women's soccer team (2-3-0, 2-2-0 MSC) enter Tuesday's contest after losing 3-0 to Campbellsville (Ky.) at home. The Saints, who were down 2-0 at the half, saw Jessie Bryson complete a brace in the 87th minute with a penalty to give the Tigers the 3-0 win. The Tigers outshot the Saints 12-7, scoring three of their five shots on target.
The Saints are led by their leading scorer Lindsay Ballinger, who has two goals on the season. Ryann Meddings leads the Saints with four assists this season. Taylor Stahl has allowed six goals so far this season in five starts and has 16 saves this year. As a team, Thomas More is being outscored by opponents 8-5 and are averaging a goal per game and 1.20 assists per game.
Lindsey Wilson leads the all-time series against Thomas More 2-1-0 with one of those wins happening at home.
This story was posted on 2021-03-09 08:39:36
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