The Lady Flames women's lacrosse team (3-1) takes on Old Dominion (1-1) on Wednesday.
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Liberty women's lacrosse will be in search of its third straight victory, as they travel to Old Dominion for a game on Wednesday.
The contest between the Lady Flames (3-1) and Monarchs (1-1) will begin at 4 p.m. at the L.R. Hill Sports Complex in Norfolk, Va.
Liberty is coming off a 2-0 week featuring victories over ECU (15-4 on the road) and Robert Morris (14-9 at home).
The Monarchs have not played since Feb. 17, a 20-3 loss at Virginia Tech. They opened the season with an 11-9 win over VCU on Feb. 14.
Series History The Monarchs are 3-0 all-time against the Lady Flames. The two squads met in Lynchburg last year (March 4, 2017), a contest won, 11-8, by ODU. In that game, Brianna McCaffrey and Abby Britton scored two goals apiece for Liberty.
How to Follow the Lady Flames A live video stream is available for the contest through Monarch Media. A paid subscription is required to view the game. Live statistics, courtesy of Old Dominion External Relations, are also available for the contest. Find links for video and stats on the Liberty women's lacrosse schedule page on LibertyFlames.com.
For live in-game updates from the Liberty Lacrosse Field, follow @libertywlax on Twitter. Also, be sure to follow "libertywlax" on Instagram for live look-ins and updates from the match.
Lady Flames News and Notes
Scouting Old Dominion The Monarchs are second in their conference (ASUN) in caused turnovers per game (10.00). Junior defender Kerri Caruso ranks second in the nation individually in caused turnovers per contest (4.00).
In ODU's season-opening victory over VCU, Sophia Richie and Brooke Stein tallied three goals each. Stein leads the squad in assists (3). Goalkeeping duties will lbe the responsibility of Lauren Ey (1-1, 14.96 GAA, 12 SV in 88:14) and MaryCate Markey (0-0, 13.22 GAA, 1 SV in 31:46). Seventh-year head coach Heather Holt guided the Monarchs to an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2016 and a school record for single-season wins with 16. ODU went 9-9 and 5-5 in the ASUN in 2017.
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