Liberty-Longwood Live Stats
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Liberty-UNC Asheville Live Stats
Liberty women's soccer enters the final week of the regular season on the road with matchups against Longwood and UNC Asheville. The Lady Flames head into the week with a three-point lead as they sit in first place in the Big South Conference.
The Lady Flames are approaching history as they look to go unbeaten in the Big South for the second time in school history. In 2002, Liberty went 5-0-1 during conference play, allowing just one goal in the team's six contests. Through seven Big South games this season, Liberty has allowed just one goal for a league best 0.13 goals against average. Liberty will look to continue its success against UNC Asheville as they have not lost to AVL since Nov. 5, 2006. Liberty also has not allowed the Bulldogs to score a goal since Oct. 27, 2010.
Liberty continues to make history as they have tied the school record (1998) for most overtime games played in a season with six games. The Lady Flames have also tied the program's record (2000) for most overtime wins with three victories.
Liberty looks for its third Big South regular season in the last four years (2014, 2015).
Liberty looks for its third straight NCAA College Cup appearance, which would be a first in Big South history.
Liberty has not had allowed a goal in the last 392 minutes and 56 seconds of play.
Liberty is 10-4-3 all-time against Longwood.
Liberty is 18-8-2 all-time against UNC Asheville.
Liberty sits in sole possession of first place in the Big South.
Liberty has surpassed the 2002 school record for the best start in the Big South (5-0-1).
Liberty unbeaten in 10 straight Big South home games dating back to Oct. 24, 2015.
Liberty is unbeaten in 12 straight regular season games in the Big South.
Jayroe ranks first in Big South contests in goals against average (0.13).
In 15 career games in the Big South, Isabella Habuda has 22 points (9 goals, 4 assists).
Habuda is the only player in the Big South with multiple game-winning goals this season.
Jennifer Knoebel ranks No. 3 in Liberty history with 57 career points.
For the third straight season, Liberty has a new head coach.
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