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    NC State Women's Soccer Hosts Georgia Southern and ETSU
     
    Jackie Stengel
    Jackie Stengel
     

    Aug 29, 2013

    Match #3: NC State (2-0) vs. Georgia Southern (0-2)
    When: Friday, August 30 at 7 p.m.
    Where: Dail Soccer Stadium
    Series Record: First Meeting

    Match #4: NC State (2-0) vs. East Tennessee St. (0-2)
    When: Sunday, Sept. 1 at 1 p.m.
    Where: Dail Soccer Stadium
    Series Record: First Meeting

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    RALEIGH, N.C.
    – The NC State women’s soccer team will host a pair of non-conference opponents it has never competed against this weekend when it welcomes Georgia Southern and East Tennessee State to the Dail Soccer Stadium.

    The Wolfpack will take on the Eagles on Friday at 7 p.m., before facing the Buccaneers on Sunday at 1 p.m.

    Led by first-year head coach Tim Santoro, NC State is coming off an undefeated opening weekend that saw the Pack take down Patriot League power Navy, 3-2, on its home field last Friday evening in Annapolis, before returning home for a thrilling final-minute victory over Longwood just two nights later, also by a 3-2 margin.

    Freshman Jackie Stengel capped the weekend with two goals on seven shots over the course of both contests, including the game-winning goal on a header with 44.1 seconds remaining against Longwood. Juniors Jessica Baity and Shelli Spamer concluded the weekend with three points each, after both players tallied a goal and an assist.

    SCOUTING GEORGIA SOUTHERN:
    The Eagles enter Sunday’s match coming off a pair of setbacks at Indiana State and Indiana last weekend. Georgia Southern was defeated, 2-1, in double overtime in Terre Haute, Ind., before being shut out, 5-0, by the Hoosiers.

    SCOUTING EAST TENNESSEE STATE:
    Prior to Sunday’s contest, the Buccaneers will host the Virginia Military Institute Friday night in its home opener at 7 p.m.

    ETSU went winless in a pair of opening-weekend matches after falling, 2-1, at Appalachian State on Friday, Aug. 23, before dropping a tough 2-0 decision against an ACC opponent in Virginia Tech on Sunday, Aug. 25.

    The Bucs recorded 17 shots in its first two games this season, four of which were on-goal.


     

     

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