Match Notes

Who: Presbyterian College Blue Hose (3-10-0, 1-5-0) at Radford Highlanders (8-6-0, 1-5-0)

When: Saturday, October 14 – 7:00 p.m.

Where: Patrick D. Cupp Memorial Stadium – Radford, Va.

Watch: BSN

Live Stats:

Social Media: @PCWSoccer

One Goal Games:

- The Blue Hose have currently played four straight games decided by one goal or fewer.

- This is tied for the fifth longest streak in school history.

- It is tied for the third longest streak in the Division I era of PC women’s soccer.

- A one goal game or fewer in this game will tie the Division I era record of five straight.

Blue Hose Team Notes:

- The Blue Hose come into this game averaging 1.15 goals per game on a .122 shooting percentage.

- They hold the opposition to 2.38 goals per game and a .156 shooting percentage.

- PC has six individuals with multiple goals, four of those six players are freshmen.

- Nine individuals have recorded a point.

- PC is fifth in the Big South in goals per game (1.15).

- PC is fourth in the Big South in saves per game (5.23).

Blue Hose Individual Notes:

- Frances Whitesides leads the Blue Hose in points (9) and in assists (3), she is tied for the team lead in goals (3).

- Kristen Bane is tied for the team lead in goals with Whitesides as she has three goals on just five shots.

- Abby Jones has played a team high 646:11 minutes in goal this season.

- Alyssa Leaman has a team high 34 saves.

- Anna Coleman has a team best 2.00 goals against average and .750 save percentage.

- Whitesides is tied-seventh in the Big South in assists (3) and assists per game (.23).

Scouting the Highlanders:

- The Highlanders are 8-6, who after starting 8-1 are on a five game losing streak in conference play.

- The Highlanders are averaging 2.14 goals per game while allowing 1.64 goals.

- Jessica Wollmann leads the way in points with 18.

- Jasmine Casarez leads the way with eight goals.

- Allyson Giannone leads Radford with 10 assists.

- Lexi Dean leads Radford in goal with 863:34 minutes played, she has a 1.67 goals against average and a .761 save percentage.

- The Highlanders are led by Ben Sohrabi, he has been at Radford for 21 seasons and has a 210-165-37 record while there.

Series History:

The Highlanders lead the overall series by a 7-2-1 record, the last PC victory came in 2015.