September 10, 20151st2nd1OT 2OT Final
Lipscomb11002
Middle Tennessee11002
Scoring
LIP15:40Maycie McKay (Brooke Brenner )
MT37:19JORGENSON, Emily (HAWKINS, Tori )
MT51:37KIRK, Taylor (GIBSON, Courteney )
LIP65:15Maycie McKay
GoalkeepersMinGASv
LIPAnna Buhigas110:0028
MTBROUWER, Kelsey110:0027
Stats at a GlanceLIPMT
Shots (on Goal)15 (9) 23 (10)
Saves87
Offsides51
Corner Kicks210
Fouls66
Women's soccer stays in-state with MTSU matchup
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
By Logan Butts
Women's soccer stays in-state with MTSU matchup

NASHVILLE – The Lipscomb women’s soccer team is looking to bounce back with a trip to Middle Tennessee after suffering its first loss of the season.

On Sunday, the Lady Bisons fell to Vanderbilt 2-0, giving up a goal for the first time all season in the process. The team had shutout its opponents for an Atlantic Sun record 606 consecutive minutes to start the season, encompassing four wins and two double-overtime ties.

Scouting the Blue Raiders:

  • Middle Tennessee is coming off a 1-0 shutout of Ball State in its most recent outing. Senior Brianna Jasenak knocked in her first goal of the season in the 70th minute for the victory. Lipscomb also played Ball State earlier this season, defeating them 2-0 at home.
  • Four Blue Raiders (Jasenak, Grace Summers, Cameron Cox, and Emily Jorgenson) are tied for the team lead with three goals.
  • Senior goalkeeper Kelsey Brouwer has only allowed two goals through five games so far in 2015. Her GAA stands at (0.39).

QUICK HITS:

  • In six previous Division I era matchups with Middle Tennessee, the Lady Bisons have four losses and two ties. In last season’s tilt, Lipscomb lost at home in overtime 2-1.
  • Goalkeeper Anna Buhigas currently leads the A-Sun in saves (32), GAA (0.27), shutouts (6) and save percentage (.941). She also leads the nation in shutouts and minutes played for a goalkeeper with 670, and is tied for ninth in save percentage and goals against average.
  • Freshman Maycie McKay is tied for fourth in the A-Sun with three goals in the 2015 campaign. She also cracked the top ten for shots taken with 15.
  • Senior Caroline Chadwell has also notched three goals on the year, tying her for the team lead and placing her tied for fourth in the conference.

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