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    Liberty Hosts North Florida for Key ASUN Match, Saturday

    Oct 28, 2021 | Lynchburg Va | Men's Soccer

    NORTH FLORIDA at LIBERTY
    Game Date: Saturday, Oct. 30
    Game Time: 6 p.m.
    Live Stats: StatBroadcast

    Men’s Soccer Weekly Notes

    Liberty Notables

    • Liberty will finish its 2021 Fall regular season schedule by hosting the North Florida Ospreys in a key ASUN Conference match, Saturday. The winner of the contest qualifies for the ASUN Tournament, which begins on Nov. 5.

     

    • Liberty and North Florida enter Saturday’s match tied with Bellarmine and Jacksonville in the ASUN standings with 2-4 records. Bellarmine and Jacksonville also play each other Saturday. Each winner will qualify for the ASUN tournament

     

    • Before the match on Saturday evening, Liberty will recognize the members of its roster playing in the final home game of their Flames’ career. The Flames will recognize forward Shane Geisler, midfielder Blake Myers, defenders Malik Smith, Hunter Heard, Sam Schubert and James Worth, and goalkeeper Nathan Yoder for their contributions to the program.

     

    • The Flames enter looking to get back into the win column on Saturday. In its last outing, Liberty fell to ASUN leader Central Arkansas 3-1, this past Saturday.

     

    • Midfielder Luke Eberle scored his third goal of the season on Saturday. Eberle is third on the Flames in points with six.

     

    • The Flames have outscored their opponents, 24-21.

     

    • Forward Noah Holmes leads the Flames and is tied for third in the ASUN with six goals on the season. He also paces Liberty and is fourth in the conference with 13 points. Michael Huss is second on the Flames with four goals and nine points.

     

    • Liberty midfielder Seth Clark leads the ASUN Conference in assists with six. Teammate Michael Catanzarite is second in the conference with four assists.

     

    • Danny Cordero and Blake Franzen have split the goalkeeping duties for the Flames. Cordero has started the last four games in the Liberty goal. He has posted a 1.66 GAA and a .581 save percentage in eight games. Franzen has a 1.45 GAA and a .692 save percentage in six games.