CHARLESTON, S.C. – Having extended its winning streak to the third-longest in program history, the College of Charleston women’s soccer team (6-3) will seek their seventh win in a row Sunday when they host the Radford Highlanders (2-3) at Patriots Point at 1 p.m.
Since losing 3-1 to Texas, the College has gone on a punishing clip in its last six contests, outscoring opponents 15-1 in that span. Their most recent win came on the road at Jacksonville, when the Cougars pushed the lead to 3-0 before surrendering a goal with just 12 minutes to play. Lauren Killian’s shutout streak ended at just over 532 minutes, the third longest spree in program history. Rio Spell-Drews netter the game winner in that contest with a header in the box from freshman Rachel Kim.
The Cougars and Highlanders met for the first time last season, with the College earning the 3-0 shutout win. Riley Narum and Laura Ortega each got three points with a goal and an assist on each other’s goals in that contest, while Genevieve Henderson and Lauren Killian split the shutout.
Radford has won two of their last three contests, picking up shutout wins over USC Upstate and Tennessee Tech over the last week and a half. Jasmine Casarez and Jordan Lundin lead the the offense for the Highlanders with two goals and three assists between the two of them, while Courtenay Kaplan has stood tall in net with a 1.28 GAA and two shutouts.