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Soccer: LWC Women prepare for matchup with Cumberlands

By Christopher Webster

The No. 11-ranked and No. 2-seed Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team continue their postseason run battling No. 18 and No. 6-seed Cumberlands (KY) on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. The match will be held at Warren Central High School in Bowling Green, KY at 2:30pmCT.

The Blue Raiders (12-3, 10-1 MSC) defeated Thomas More (KY) 4-0 in the Mid-South Conference quarterfinals.


Four Blue Raiders ended the night with their names in the scoring column as Rayssa Neres Gomes De Souza, Claudia Santillan Escobar, Larissa Modesto De Souza, and Yudaya Nakayenze all scored for Lindsey Wilson.

With 15 goals on the season, Gomes De Souza leads Lindsey Wilson in goals scored through 15 games. Meanwhile, Emma Lindell leads the team with a career-high 11 assists. As a team, Lindsey Wilson is outscoring opponents 60-19, while recording four shutouts over the season.

As for the Patriots (14-4-1, 6-4-1 MSC), they defeated Campbellsville (Ky.) 3-0 in their quarterfinal match. Jayden Boelter recorded two goals while Jenna Rockwell scored the third. Laura Navajas Marin assisted on the Patriots' last two goals.

Boelter leads the scoring for the Patriots with a team-high 17 goals through 19 games. Marin leads the team in assists with 10, while goalkeeper Laura Vogt has recorded four shutouts this season. As a team, Cumberlands averages 2.89 goals per game as they've outscored opponents 55-11.

This will be the 38th time these two programs have faced each other. Lindsey Wilson leads the all-time series 32-4-1 and has won two out of the last three matches. The Blue Raiders beat the Patriots 2-1 in overtime on Oct. 2, 2021. Nakayenze scored the golden goal in the 100th minute to seal the victory for Lindsey Wilson.

Live video and stats will be available for the match.


This story was posted on 2021-11-09 17:51:19
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