Liberty (11-4, 4-1 BSC) will play a road game at Radford (5-9, 2-3 BSC) on Wednesday night.
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Second-place Liberty women's lacrosse will make the trek to Radford, Va., for a meeting with the Radford Highlanders on Wednesday evening.
First draw between Liberty (11-4, 4-1 Big South) and Radford (5-9, 2-3 Big South) is set for 6 p.m. at Cupp Stadium.
The Lady Flames went 2-0 at home last week, including victories over Longwood (22-7) and Winthrop (12-11). Liberty enters the final week of the regular season in second place in the conference behind only No. 18/19 High Point (5-0). Liberty and Winthrop are both 4-1 in the league, but the Lady Flames own the head-to-head advantage.
Liberty is No. 41 of 115 teams in the current NCAA Women's Lacrosse RPI, up 18 spots from the previous RPI listing (No. 59).
At 2-3 in the league, Radford is in fifth place in the conference. Last week, the Highlanders topped Gardner-Webb, 22-14 (Wednesday), before falling at Campbell, 17-12, on Saturday.
Series History Liberty has taken both of the meetings from Radford in the all-time series. Last year, the Lady Flames defeated the Highlanders, 14-9, on Liberty's Senior Night (April 19, 2017). In that contest, Courtney Brown and Brianna McCaffrey each had three goals, while Liberty had 25 caused turnovers and 40 ground balls (both second most in a single game in program history.
How to Follow the Lady Flames A live video stream for the contest will be accessible via the Big South Network. Live stats, courtesy of Radford Athletics Communications, are also available for the game. Find the links for video and stats on the Liberty women's lacrosse schedule page on LibertyFlames.com.
For live social media updates before, during and after the game from Cupp Stadium, follow @libertywlax on Twitter and "libertywlax" on Instagram.
Lady Flames News and Notes
Scouting Radford The Highlanders are led on the attack by Callie Bonnel, who is fourth in the Big South in goals with 43. Bonnel is also No. 5 in DI in free position goals per game (1.43) and No. 11 in free-position percentage (.690). Adrian Rius (35 g, 5 a, 40 pts) and Lindsey Carroll (22 g, 10 a, 32 pts) are also viable threats on the offensive end for head coach Haley Marvine's squad.
Jenny Davis (4-8, 13.68 GAA, .428 SV PCT, 121 SV) is No. 27 in the nation in saves per game (9.31) and will likely handle most of the goalkeeping for Radford. Hannah Rosen (1-1, 14.52 GAA, .429 SV PCT, 24 SV) may also see time in net.
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