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    October 12, 2021 Lynchburg, Va. RSS |

    As Liberty women’s soccer nears the end of the regular season, the Lady Flames will face North Florida on the road, before returning home to face FGCU on Senior Day. Liberty will honor its nine seniors in Randi Palacios, Savannah Holmes, Kathleen Brumagim, Brenna Warren, Avery Belk, Rebekah Vine, Madison Martin, Lissi Gordon and Zoe Gaffney before Sunday’s contest against FGCU. Liberty enters the week first in the ASUN East Division with six points.

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    Liberty at North Florida

    Game Date: Thursday, Oct. 14

    Game Time: 6 p.m. (EST)

    Location: Hodges Stadium

    Live Video: SWOOPLife TV

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    Liberty vs. FGCU

    Game Date: Sunday, Oct. 17

    Game Time: 1 p.m. (EST)

    Location: Osborne Stadium

    Live Video: ESPN+

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    Liberty Notables

    • Liberty has scored 32 goals this season, the most by a Liberty team since 2016 (41 goals).
    • Liberty ranks first in the ASUN in goals scored.
    • Liberty is one win away from tying its record for most ASUN wins in a single season (Six in 2019).
    • Thirteen players have scored for Liberty this season, the most for a Liberty team since 2013.
    • Liberty ranks No. 75 in the RPI, the highest ranking in the ASUN.
    • Liberty has won 10 games in a season for the first time since 2019.
    • Liberty ranks No. 40 in the country in goals against average (0.72).
    • Randi Palacios ranks No. 56 in the country in goals against average (0.77).
    • Liberty has two players ranked in the top five in goals scored this season in the ASUN Conference. Maddy Oliver ranks No. 3 (8) while Kasey Jamieson ranks No. 5 with six goals.
    • Oliver is tied for No. 36 in the Nation in goals scored this season.
    • Oliver ranks No. 3 in the ASUN with 18 points this season.
    • Liberty is 8-1-1 the last two seasons when Meredith King records a point.
    • Coach Wedemeyer became the 86th active Division I coach to reach 200 career wins on Sept. 23.