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Soccer Set to Battle Louisville

Soccer Set to Battle Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Miami soccer team is set to face Louisville Sunday at 12 p.m. at Lynn Stadium, to cap off its weekend of ACC road action.
The match will be broadcast live on ACC Network Extra and can be found HERE, while live stats for the action are available HERE.
This match will mark the sixth time the Canes have faced Louisville, with the Cardinals leading the overall series, 2-1-1. When the teams last met Sep. 24, 2017, Louisville earned a 1-0 victory, with the lone goal coming in the 83rd minute.
The Canes enter this season’s contest with a 5-6-2 overall record and 2-3-0 mark in the ACC, reaching extra time four times this year.
In their last outing, freshman forward Gudrun Haralz registered her first collegiate hat trick, as the Hurricanes dug themselves out of a 2-0 hole at the end of the first half to claim their second consecutive ACC victory, 3-2.
With the trio of goals, Haralz became only the second UM student-athlete to register a hat-trick in the second half of play, matching Laura West record set against Florida Atlantic on Aug. 30, 2000.
Overall, 12 different Hurricanes have registered at least one point this season, with Haralz leading the team with 16 points (seven goals, two assists). The Kópavogur, Iceland, native’s seven goals is tied for fourth amongst the ACC, while her average of 1.23 points per match ranks seventh. In conference action, the freshman’s four goals and pair of game-winning tallies, ranks tied-for-second and tied-for-first, respectively.
Louisville (9-3-0, 3-2-0 ACC) enters Sunday’s affair on a two-match losing streak dropping a 5-1 decision on Sept. 29 at No. 3 North Caroline, before falling Thursday night against Virginia, 1-0. Prior to the pair of losses, the Cardinals opened ACC play with a trio of shut out victories, defeating Pittsburgh (2-0), Notre Dame (2-0) and Syracuse (1-0). Louisville is led offensively by Brooklynn Rivers and Maisie Whitsett. Rivers has scored seven goals and tallied five assists for 19 points on the season, while Whitsett follows just behind with eight goals and two assists for 18 points.
Following Sunday’s contest, Miami will return to Cobb Stadium on Saturday for a matchup against No. 11 Boston College at 7 p.m.
To keep up with the University of Miami soccer team on social media, follow @CanesFutbol on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.