Liberty (1-1) plays at East Carolina (1-2) on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
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The Liberty women's lacrosse team will head to Greenville, N.C. for a midweek bout at East Carolina on Wednesday.
Wednesday contest is slated for a 4 p.m. start in Johnson Stadium in Greenville, N.C.
"We are excited to have a quick turnaround and have another chance to compete tomorrow at ECU," said Liberty head coach Kelly Nangle. "Sunday was a tough game, but our girls learned a lot and will gain a lot from that experience. We are prepared to take what we learned from Sunday into our ECU game and continue to improve throughout each game this season."
The Lady Flames (1-1) have split their first two games of the season. They defeated Mercer in their season opener on Feb. 10 and fell at No. 7 UNC, this past Sunday. The ECU Pirates (1-2) are coming off a 15-14 overtime victory at Gardner-Webb, Sunday, for their first win in program history.
Liberty and East Carolina have never faced each other, as East Carolina is a first-year program.
How to Follow the Lady Flames Live stats, courtesy of East Carolina Athletics Communications, will be available for Wednesday's contest. In addition, a live video stream of the watch will be accessible for the match on ecupirates.com/watch. Find links for live stats and live scoring on the women's lacrosse schedule page on LibertyFlames.com.
For live in-game updates from Johnson Stadium, follow @libertywlax on Twitter. Also, be sure to follow "libertywlax" on Instagram for live look-ins and updates from Greenville, N.C.
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Scouting East Carolina The Pirates are led by head coach Amanda Barnes, a former assistant coach at Duke. Barnes' team fell to Winthrop (17-9) and defeated Gardner-Webb (15-14 OT), last weekend. ECU opened the season with a setback to George Washington, 18-7, on Feb. 10.
Nicole Legar, Casey Sullivan and Megan Pallozzi share the team lead with six goals each through three games. Emma Bowman leads the team with four assists, while Pallozzi paces the squad with 13 draw controls.
Goalkeepers Abbey Smith (1-0, 12.44 GAA, 12 SV in 81:58) and Christina White (0-2, 19.00 GAA, 16 SV in 101:02) will both likely see time in cage for the Pirates.
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