JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – After a three-match road swing, Jacksonville University's women's soccer program returns to Southern Oak Stadium this weekend, where it hopes to return to the winner's column.
Action against Alabama State is scheduled for Friday at 6 p.m. followed by Kent State Sunday at 2 p.m.
Unable to make it to Southern Oak Stadium? Catch Sunday's match live on ESPN3 with former JU standout Kaitlyn Bassett and Chris Dittmer on the call. Click the links above for access to live stats and the broadcast.
JU's LAST OUTING
The Dolphins met Miami (Fla.) last Sunday, and fell on the road, 7-0. Six of the Hurricane goals were scored in the second half.
Jacksonville (1-3) is coming off of three consecutive shutouts in matches against Charleston Southern, Florida Atlantic and Miami (Fla.).
They manage a 1-0 record at home after scoring three goals in their season-opener against North Georgia.
SCOUTING THE OPPOSITION – ALABABMA STATE
The Hornets are looking for their first win of the season after dropping matches to Georgia State, Austin Peay and Troy.
Ariela Lewis guides the team with one goal while Zaria Maynard and Gianna Guyot split time in goal.
SCOUTING THE OPPOSITION – KENT STATE
After dropping their season opener to No. 23 Ohio State, the Eagles (2-1) ignited on a two-match winning spell.
Jenna Hellstrom has a team-high three goals while Hayden Pascoe and Kristen Brots each have one. Ashleah McDonald has a 1.33 goals against average and 16 saves in three matches.
The Dolphins visit South Florida next Thursday at 5 p.m.