Aaron HyderAsst. Communications Director
Baton Rouge, La. – Fresh off a win over Missouri on Sunday, the LSU soccer team (8-5-1, 2-3-1 SEC) will wrap up its mini homestand on Thursday night by hosting the Ole Miss Rebels. The game will begin at 6 p.m. CT and be televised on the SEC Network.
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LSU vs. Ole Miss | 6 p.m. CT
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Scouting Ole Miss
2018 Record: 9-5-1 (3-2-1 SEC)
CeCe Kizer – 30 points (12g & 6a)
Channing Foster – 11 points (5g & 1a)
Morgan McAslan – 1 game, 1.08 GAA, 2 saves, .667 save percentage
Ole Miss sits three points ahead of the Tigers in the league standings with 10 points … the 10 points has them in sole possession of sixth place … the Rebels have gone 2-1-1 over their last four league matches that included a win over No. 9 Auburn on Sept. 23.
Series History – Ole Miss
The series has been an evenly matched one over the years with both teams registering 10 wins apiece to go along with four draws. LSU’s last win in the series came in 2016 and Marlena Cutura picked up an assist in the match that aided in LSU’s 3-0 win over the Rebels. Alex Thomas scored a goal in last season’s defeat to the Rebels.
Callin’ Baton Rouge
After its season-opening loss to Villanova on Aug. 19, the Tigers have rattled off a six-match unbeaten streak in Baton Rouge over the last month of play. The six-match unbeaten streak includes five wins (Texas State, Stetson, Samford, Alabama, Missouri) and a draw against then-No. 9 Auburn on Sept. 20. During Brian Lee’s tenure at LSU, the Tigers boast a home record of 77-35-23.
First Half Goals Lead to Success
LSU has scored 12 of its 19 goals in the first half this season. A trend that bodes well for the Tigers, …