NASHVILLE – The Lipscomb (8-5-3) women’s soccer team is set to close out the regular season and celebrate five student-athletes on Saturday night as they take on Kennesaw State (7-6-3) for Senior Night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Seniors Jade Abarca, Natalie DuBoise, Ellen Lundy, Paige Miller, and Niamh Rawlins will take part in the Senior Night festivities prior to kickoff.
The match is set to start at 7 p.m. You can follow along with live stats and live streaming at the links provided.
Scouting the Owls:
- Kennesaw heads into the matchup having defeated NJIT 2-1 on the road.
- The Owls are 2-3-1 in conference play this season, with the other win coming at home in a 1-0 shutout of Jacksonville.
- Senior Ashtah Das leads the Owls with four goals goals and two assists for 10 total points.
- Redshirt-freshman goalkeeper Tiffany Sornpao has started in five shutouts and made 50 saves on the year.
- Lipscomb is coming off of a 1-0 shutout road victory over FGCU. The win was the Bisons first over the Eagles in program history and clinched a share of the regular season title and the top seed in the ASUN Tournament.
- Kennesaw leads the all-time series 10-4, but Lipscomb defeated the owls 3-2 on the road last season.
- Redshirt-senior Ellen Lundy scored three goals across two weekend wins against North Florida and Jacksonville, including both game-winners, on route to winning her third career ASUN Player of the Week award. She sits at third in the conference and first on the team with seven goals.
- In the first road game of the season, Lipscomb earned a 2-2 tie against No. 10 Auburn. It was the highest-ranked opponent Lipscomb has ever faced, and their first point earned in a matchup with a ranked team. The Bisons are 0-2-1 against SEC teams this season and 2-8-2 in program history.
- Freshman Riley Henry earned the ASUN Player of the Week award for her performance in the Auburn outing. The Indianapolis native notched both Bison goals giving Lipscomb a 2-0 lead just after halftime. She also led the team with three shots and two shots-on-goal.
- 10 different Bisons have scored a goal this season. After Lundy, sophomores Olivia Doak and Leah Cernicky have three goals each, while senior Natalie DuBoise and freshmen Selah Gilmore and Riley Henry have two apiece.