|October 07, 2016||1st||2nd||Final|
|STET||2:09||COLLINS, Sarah (HARMON, Kendall , CAMARGO, Abbie)|
|Stats at a Glance||STET||LIP|
|Shots (on Goal)||10 (5)||22 (9)|
|October 09, 2016||1st||2nd||1OT||2OT||Final|
|FGCU||26:42||TINDELL, Tabby (SPECKMAIER, Paulina , YOUNG, Megan)|
|FGCU||48:29||OLSEN, Emilie (TINDELL, Tabby )|
|Stats at a Glance||FGCU||LIP|
|Shots (on Goal)||11 (5)||13 (9)|
NASHVILLE – The Lipscomb (9-3-1, 3-0) women’s soccer team is set to host two ASUN foes over the weekend as Stetson and FGCU are making the trip to Nashville.
The Lady Bisons will take on the Hatters at 7 p.m. on Friday night followed by a quick turnaround against the Eagles on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Purple and Gold head into the weekend undefeated in conference play after wins over Kennesaw State, Jacksonville, and North Florida all on the road.
Scouting the Hatters and the Eagles:
- Stetson heads into the matchup with a 5-4-2 record. The Hatters have won their previous two outings, both ASUN matches, against NJIT and USC Upstate.
- Junior Sarah Collins has paced the team with a team-high in goals (7), assists (6), points (20), shots (52), and shots on goal (29).
- FGCU enters the weekend with an 8-4 record. The Eagles are also undefeated in conference play, having knocked off NJIT and USC Upstate as well.
- Senior Tabby Tindell leads the Eagles and the ASUN in goals (10), assists (6, a tie with Stetson’s Collins), and points (26). She has also taken 50 shots, including 27 on goal.
- The Lady Bisons have faced Stetson 14 times, with the Hatters holding a 10-2-2 series advantage. However, Lipscomb has won the previous two matchups in the series.
- Lipscomb has yet to defeat FGCU in 10 tries since moving to the ASUN.
- Senior goalkeeper Anna Buhigas snatched up her fourth career ASUN Conference Defensive Player of the Week award for her performance in the team’s two opening week victories. She was also named to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week, a first in the history of the program. She is now up to four shutouts and 77 saves on the year.
- Freshman Olivia Doak was named the ASUN Player of the Week in her first week of action for the Lady Bisons. She scored all three of the team’s goals during the week: two against Vanderbilt and one against Belmont. She now has totaled six goals to lead the team. She also leads the team in total points with 14 and has notched two assists.
- Sophomore Maycie McKay and junior Natalie DuBoise are tied for the team lead with four assists. McKay has also gained two goals for eight total points, while DuBoise has slotted home four goals for 12 total points.
- Doak and McKay are tied for the team lead with 26 shots, while Doak has a 15-14 shots-on-goal advantage.
You can follow along with both matches on live stats and live streaming at the links provided.