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Women's Soccer Stays On Road To Take On Jacksonville, North Florida
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
By Jack Bluhm
Women's Soccer Stays On Road To Take On Jacksonville, North Florida

NASHVILLE – The Lipscomb women’s soccer team continues its ASUN road trip with a pair of matches this week.

The Bisons will head to Jacksonville, Fla. to first take on the Dolphins with a Thursday night match scheduled for 6 p.m. (CST), followed by a match with the North Florida Ospreys on Sunday at noon (CST).

Thursday’s match with Jacksonville will be available to stream on ESPN+ and Sunday’s match will be streamed on North Florida’s SWOOPLife Live. Live stats will be available for both matches as well.


  • Jacksonville comes into Thursday’s match with an overall record of 0-9-3 on the season and is 0-3-1 in ASUN play.
  • The Dolphins lost to Florida Gulf Coast, 0-3 their last time out.
  • JU has only scored three goals on the season and they have all been scored by freshman forward Olivia Abdallah.
  • Senior Kristian Shores has been the primary goalkeeper for the Dolphins this year and has a goals allowed average of 1.65, while making 58 saves.
  • Jacksonville has lost to Lipscomb in six straight matches. The last time JU defeated Lipscomb was on Oct. 11, 2013 by a score of 2-0.
  • North Florida comes into the weekend with a record of 8-3-2 on the year and is 2-0-1 in conference play. The Ospreys will take on North Alabama on Thursday before facing the Bisons.
  • UNF is currently on a five-match undefeated streak and is off to its best start in the program’s Division-I history.
  • The Ospreys rank first in the ASUN 25 goals scored and also lead the league averaging 5.23 points per match.
  • Thiass Reiss is the leader of North Florida’s offensive attack with nine goals on the season, which ranks second in the ASUN.
  • Rhiannon Conelley has been the primary goalkeeper for UNF and has made 27 saves on the year.


  • The Bisons have posted an overall record of 7-5-1 and are 1-1-1 in conference action.
  • In their last time out, the Purple and Gold fell to Liberty in Lynchburg, Va. by a score of 2-0.
  • Lipscomb currently sits sixth in the ASUN standings with five matches remaining in the regular season.
  • Senior Forward Olivia Doak leads the Purple in Gold with 17 points (7G, 3A) on the season. Her seven goals are tied for third in the ASUN.
  • Senior Maycie McKay is next in line for the Bisons with 10 points (3G, 4A) on the year. Her four assists are tied for the team lead with Cami Rogers.
  • Goalkeeper Melissa Gray has been busy in her last three matches making 26 saves. She has recorded 49 total saves on the season, which ranks fifth in the conference.