Ladyjack soccer faces Texas State in second home game this season

SFA faces TSU in second home game of the season. The Ladyjacks won the match with an ending score of 2-1. 

Ladyjack soccer is playing Texas State University at 1 p.m. on Aug. 30 at the SFA Soccer Field. 

The upcoming game against TSU is the second official home game of the season, following the last home game against Texas Christian University on Aug. 19. 

The Ladyjacks sit at a current record of 0-2-1, just coming off of a tied game with University of Houston on Aug. 26. 

In the previous game against the University of Houston, freshman midfielder Jayme Bailey, senior forward Teia Haynes and freshman forward Lily Hargove earned a point for the Ladyjacks, along with a successful penalty kick by senior forward Mattie Musser. The final score was 4-4, ending in a tie. In total, SFA attempted 13 shots. 

The Bobcats and the Ladyjacks have competed previously in 2020 in a game that resulted in double overtime with SFA winning 2-1. 

Texas State University enters the game this Sunday with a 1-0-1 record. The Bobcats also just tied in their previous game against Prairie View A&M in Prairie View, TX on Aug. 22. 

In TSU’s last game against the Panthers, the ending score was 1-1, with the point being from sophomore midfielder Mya Ulloa. This was her first career goal. TSU attempted 26 total shots.

The teams have a history of 13 SFA wins, 12 Texas State wins and two tied games between them, making the amount of games played versus one another 27 games total since 1999.

The game will be streamed live on ESPN+.


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