College Soccer Need to Knows

Wildcats Tripped Up at Western Kentucky, 1-0

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Kentucky women’s soccer dropped a 1-0 decision vs. Western Kentucky on Thursday night at the WKU Soccer Complex. A goal from Aspen Seaich in the 16th minute would prove to be the only score of the match, as Hilltoppers’ goalkeeper Alexis Bach was able to keep Kentucky off the board for the first time this season. UK outshot WKU 13-10 on the night, with both teams finishing the contest with five shots on goal.

Seaich’s Goal Leads WKU Soccer in a 1-0 Shut Out of Kentucky

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — WKU Soccer (2-2-1) handed Kentucky (4-1-0) its first loss of the season with a 1-0 win against the Wildcats on Thursday night at the WKU Soccer Complex in front of one of the largest crowds in the Complex’s history.

Cardinals Take Down #23 Memphis, 3-2

HARRISONBURG, Va. — The University of Louisville women’s soccer team (3-1-0) went toe-to-toe with one of the better teams in college soccer and it was the Cardinals with the final blow as they defeated #23 Memphis (3-2-0), 3-2, Thursday night at Sentara Park. A trio of goals from Emersen Jennings, Karsyn Cherry and Anouk Denton pushed the Cardinals to their first win over a ranked foe this season. Just as they have done all season long, Louisville scored first and got the game’s first goal in the opening 10 minutes. First ranked win this year.