Sept. 19, 2013
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - Coming off a 0-0 tie at Tennessee on Sunday, the WKU soccer team travels back to the Volunteer State as they visit Nashville at 4:00 p.m. (CT) on Friday to take on Belmont at E.S. Rose Park.
The Lady Toppers (1-3-3) hold a perfect 3-0 record against the Lady Bruins (2-4), outscoring them 7-0 in their three previous meetings. The squads met in Bowling Green, Ky. during the 2012 season, with WKU prevailing 1-0 courtesy of Andrea Curry's first-career goal.
After facing Belmont, the Lady Toppers return to the WKU Soccer Complex on Sunday to square off with Lipscomb (3-3-2) at 1:00 p.m. in their final tune up before Sun Belt Conference play. WKU also holds a 3-0 all-time advantage against the Lady Bison, outscoring them 13-1 in their three previous outings.
All WKU faculty and staff will be granted free admission to Sunday's match against Lipscomb while parents and family are encouraged to attend as a part of WKU's Parent and Family Weekend. For tickets and more information on WKU Soccer, call 1-800-5 BIGRED or visit WKUSports.com.
WKU holds a 3-0 advantage on Belmont in the all-time series
The Lady Toppers have outscored the Lady Bruins 7-0 in their three previous meetings
WKU has outshot Belmont 52-15 in the three contests
Senior Andrea Curry netted the first and only goal of her career in WKU's 1-0 victory over Belmont in 2012
Sunday's contest will mark the first meeting between Lipscomb and WKU since 2004. The Lady Toppers lead the all-time series 3-0
WKU's 4.3 goals per game average against the Lady Bison is its highest mark against any opponent
Goalkeeper Nora Abolins tied a program record for saves in a shutout with 11 against Tennessee on Sept. 15
Abolins' 11 saves were the sixth-most in WKU history and the most since Libby Stout saved 11 shots against North Texas on Sept. 24, 2010
The 2016 WKU Soccer season is being presented by the United States Marines. This season, the Marines and WKU Athletics are working together to promote the outstanding athletic and academic achievements of our female student-athletes. The Marines are proud to work with and support these future leaders of America.
How to follow the Lady Toppers: For complete information on WKU Soccer, follow the team on Twitter at @WKU_Soccer.