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LWC Soccer to host Cumberland on Senior Day

By Kyle Jackson

The Lindsey Wilson men and women's soccer teams will welcome in Mid-South Conference opponent Cumberland (TN) today, in a doubleheader at Walter S. Reuling Stadium. The women will kick off the afternoon at 3pmCT with the men following afterward at 5pmCT. In between games, the two programs will honor and thank our senior student-athletes.

Live video and live stats will be available. Please view the LWC Attendance Policy for more information.

Being honored from the women's soccer team are Kim DeGroot, Eveljn Frigotto, Sam Helton, Kim Ramirez, and Jenna Russell.

Being honored from the men's soccer team are Jared Allen, Lay Cho, Benjamin Cook, Rainer De Jesus, David Ibrahimkadic, Neville Morgan and Tajay Reid.



The No. 11 Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team (7-2, 7-2 MSC), enter their final match of the regular season after losing 6-2 to Martin Methodist (Tenn.) over the weekend. The loss ended a six-game winning streak for the Blue Raiders and puts them fourth in the conference standings.

Yudaya Nakayenze continues to lead the team in goals scored this season with five goals in nine games. The senior midfielder is currently averaging 4.89 shots per game, the second-highest in the conference. Alicia Thoresen and Claudia Santillan Escobar sit tied on two assists for the team this season, the most for a Blue Raider this year. As a team, Lindsey Wilson is outscoring their opponents 15-12 after nine games.

The Cumberland women's soccer team (8-1, 7-1 MSC) currently sit third in the conference standings and are on a six-game win streak with their only loss this season coming from the Cumberlands (Ky.) back on February 28th where they were beaten 1-0.

The Phoenix are led by a flurry of goal scorers like Jennifer Segura, who leads the team in goals scored this season, scoring four in nine games. Just behind Segura are Becca Campbell, Marie Bathe, and Brenda Cernas who each have three goals on the year. Assist wise, Bathe leads the team with eight assists in nine games and is currently averaging 0.89 assists per game, the third-highest assist rate in the conference. The goalkeeper, Savanna Stubbs, who has only allowed one goal all season currently leads the conference with the best goals against average of 0.13 goals allowed.

As a team, the Phoenix are outscoring their opponents 27-1 after nine games and are averaging 3.29 goals per game, the second highest goals per game rate in the conference and 2.44 assists per game, the third-highest in the MSC.

Meanwhile on the men's side, the No. 8 Lindsey Wilson men's soccer team (5-2-2, 5-1-2 MSC) look to get back to winning ways after a frustrating 1-1 draw with Martin Methodist over the weekend.

Cyrus Harmon continues to lead the Blue Raiders in goals scored with seven goals in nine games this season. The senior midfielder is currently averaging 0.78 goals per game, the third-highest in the conference. Rainer De Jesus leads the team in assists with four in eight games. The senior midfielder continues to have the highest assist rate in the conference, averaging 0.50 assists per game. As a team, Lindsey Wilson is outscoring opponents 22-11, averaging 2.44 goals per game, the third-highest in the conference and 1.67 assists per game, the fifth-highest in the MSC.

The Cumberland men's soccer team (4-3-1, 4-3-1 MSC) sit fourth in the conference standings, after defeating Campbellsville (Ky.) 4-2 over the weekend.

The Phoenix are led by their goal scorer Bakary Bagayoko who has scored four goals in his last two games. The senior forward has nine goals in eight games this season and currently leads the conference in goals scored per game, averaging 1.13. Assist wise, Thomas Groenhilder and Austin Morenzoni lead the team in assists with two each. As a team, the Phoenix are outscoring their opponents 19-14, scoring on average 2.38 goals per game, the fourth-highest in the conference.


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