• Who: Presbyterian (3-11-0, 1-5-0 Big South) at High Point (8-5-2, 4-1-1 Big South)
• When: Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
• Where: High Point, N.C.
• Live Stats: Gobluehose.com
• Live Video: Big South Network
• Social Media – @PCWsoccer (Twitter) | @BlueHoseSports(Twitter/Instagram)

• Who: Presbyterian  (3-11-0, 1-5-0 Big South) vs. Winthrop (3-10-0, 0-5-0 Big South)
• When: Saturday, 7:00 p.m.
• Where: Martin Stadium – Clinton, S.C.
• Live Stats: Gobluehose.com
• Social Media – @PCWsoccer (Twitter) | @BlueHoseSports(Twitter/Instagram)

The Presbyterian College women’s soccer team will play a pair of Big South games this week, with the seniors playing in their final home game on Saturday. Wednesday night will see the team travel to High Point, and then the Blue Hose will host Winthrop on Saturday for Senior Day.

PC split their conference games over the week with a 3-2 win over Charleston Southern and a 2-0 loss to Longwood. The Blue Hose rallied back after facing a two-goal deficit against CSU with a pair of goals from Kristen Peagler and another goal from Ashlynn Powell.

Series History

High Point: HPU leads 7-3-1

The two teams met for the first time in 1992 with PC picking up a 9-0 victory at home. PC’s two other wins in the series came in 2007 and 2011, with each being 1-0 wins at home. High Point has won the four matches.

Winthrop: WU leads 7-1-1

The two teams played to a 0-0 draw in their first meeting, during the 2007 season. The Eagles have taken every match since then with the exception of a Blue Hose win in 2013 at Winthrop, 1-0.

Scouting the Competition

High Point:

The High Point Panthers enter the match 8-5-2 overall and 4-1-1 in Big South competition. HPU is 3-1-1 in home contests.

High Point has picked up wins over Gardner-Webb, Liberty, and Appalachian State at home this season.

Redshirt-senior forward Kelsey Perrell leads the team in goals with six, points with 14 and shots with 28.

Junior midfielder Becca Rolfe paces the squad in assists with four. She has also scored a goal for a total of six points.

Alex Hank has seen the majority of minutes in goal for the Panthers this season. The junior holds a 7-5-2 record with 59 saves and 18 goals allowed. She is allowing 1.28 goals per game. Sophomore Emily Lyon has made one start this year, and has made 11 saves and allowed four goals in 133+ minutes of action.

• High Point is outscoring opponents 24-22.


The Winthrop Eagles come into the week of competition 3-10-0 overall, and 0-5-0 in conference games with losses to Radford, Longwood, Campbell, Liberty and Gardner-Webb.

The Eagles are 1-5-0 in road games, with a win at USC Upstate and losses at East Tennessee State, Kennesaw State, Longwood, Campbell and Liberty.

Freshman forward Keeley Leising leads the team in goals with four, points with nine and shots with 17.

12 different Winthrop players have recorded an assist, and nine different players have scored a goal.

Karly Gustafson has been in goal for most of the season for Winthrop. The senior has notched 39 saves while allowing 20 goals. She is responsible for two of Winthrop’s three wins this year. Caroline Duncan has made four starts and has made 20 saves while allowing seven goals, while Kelly Horan has seen action in one game.