For the first time in nearly a month, Louisville women's soccer returns home to the friendly confines of Dr Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium. They'll welcome Clemson for a 7:00 p.m. kickoff. You can catch this on ACC Network Extra.
Louisville enters the match with a 4-4-2 record. They dropped to 1-3 in the ACC after three straight conference losses on the road to ranked teams.
Clemson brings a 5-4-2 overall record and a 1-3 conference mark to the match. The Tigers took down Notre Dame before falling to Wake Forest, Florida State, and NC State.
Caroline Conti has been the go-to player on offense for Clemson. The senior has tallied four goals and 11 total points. She is tied with teammate Renee Lyles for top on the team with three assists. In goal, Halle Mackiewicz has been strong. She's logged 34 saves with a .694 save percentage.
The Cards have scored just two goals in the last six matches. They scored eight goals in the four matches prior to that. UofL hopes to reignite their offense.
Louisville and Clemson haven't competed against each other often, but the Cards hold a 2-1-1 series advantage.
Louisville will recognize women in sports during the match tomorrow, per their social media accounts.
These eight areas will be honored:
- Women's Golf
- Swimming and Diving
- Women SPAD Professors
- Women SPAD Association members
Happy Thursday and Go Cards!