Titans, Trojans on Tap
A four game road swing continues for the LMU women's soccer team this week, thought the Lions will not be too far from home as they travel to face Cal State Fullerton on Friday and #23 USC on Sunday.
Sept. 12, 2013
Etajha Gilmer previewing upcoming games at Cal State Fullerton and USC.">
LOS ANGELES - A four game road swing continues for the LMU women's soccer team this week, thought the Lions will not be too far from home as they travel to face Cal State Fullerton on Friday and #23 USC on Sunday. At 3-3-0 on the season, the Lions are also in in the hunt for their first road victory.
INSIDE THE LIONS The Lions dropped a pair of tough match-ups last week, falling 4-0 to then #4 Stanford and 1-0 to Long Beach State ... The squad remains in the hunt for their first road win as all three victories thus far have come at Sullivan Field ... Four different Lions have scored a goal this season while five players have recorded at least one assist ... Jocelyn Blankenship leads the Lions with four points (1g, 2a).
INSIDE THE MATCH-UP: CAL STATE FULLERTON Cal State Fullerton is 2-2-1 as it opens a three-game homestand ... LMU holds a 9-6-1 all-time record over the Titans, including a 4-3-0 advantage on CSUF's home turf ... The Lions have won the last four straight meetings, including a 2-1 overtime victory at Sullivan Field last fall.
INSIDE THE MATCH-UP: USC USC represents the second ranked opponent the Lions have faced this season ... At 3-1-1, the Trojans enter the week ranked #23 in two polls ... USC hosts LMU's WCC rival Pepperdine on Friday before its Sunday match-up against LMU ... In 14 all-time meetings, USC holds a 7-4-3 advantage over the Lions ... The teams last met in 2008 when the Trojans earned a 3-0 win at McAlister Field.
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