After taking sole possession of first place, the Liberty women's soccer will look to remain atop the Big South standings by facing Presbyterian on the road to start this week's play. To conclude the weekend, the Lady Flames will play Charleston Southern. It will be the team's final regular season game at Osborne Stadium.
After two shutouts this past weekend against Radford and Campbell, Liberty's backline enters the week not allowing a goal in last 199 minutes and 47 seconds of play. Liberty is on a historical run as this year's team has tied the school record for fewest goals allowed (1) in Big South Conference contests. In 2009, Liberty allowed one goal in six Big South contests. Liberty's 4-0-1 record also ties the 2009 squad for the best record after six games in the Big South play.
On Saturday, Liberty will play its final regular season game and honor its eight seniors: Tori Collar, Baylee Gillmore, Isabella Habuda, Ashleigh Hill, Jordan Kestel, Jennifer Knoebel, Bertha Martinez, and Sami Santos. The eight seniors have combined for 47 wins, a winning percentage of .641 and three straight Big South Championship appearances as they eye for their third straight NCAA College Cup Appearance.
Liberty is 9-1-1 all-time against Presbyterian.
Liberty is 12-12-3 all-time against Charleston Southern.
Liberty sits in sole possession of first place in the Big South.
Liberty ties the 2009 school record for the best start in the Big South (4-0-1).
Liberty unbeaten in nine straight Big South home games dating back to Oct. 24, 2015.
Liberty is unbeaten in ten straight regular season games in the Big South.
Jayroe ranks first in the Big South contests in goals against average (0.18).
In 13 career games in the Big South, Isabella Habuda has 21 points (9 goals, 3 assists).
Habuda is the only player in the Big South with multiple game-winning goals this season.
Liberty looks for its third straight Big South title, which would be a first in Big South history.
Jennifer Knoebel ranks No. 3 in Liberty history with 55 career points.
For the third straight season, Liberty has a new head coach.
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