Georgia (6-1) v College of Charleston (1-5-1)
Dated: Sunday September 12
Time: 12:00 p.m. EDT
To place: Ralph Lundy Field at Patriots Point
Live Statistics: GeorgiaDogs.com
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History of the series
This will be the sixth meeting between Georgia and College of Charleston. The Bulldogs lead the series 5-0, their last meeting being on September 15, 2013. Georgia defeated the Cougars 5-1.
Georgia’s freshman class came out and shone Thursday night against Presbyterian. After scoring two goals, the striker Danielle Lewin is tied for fourth in scorers and second in goals per freshman in the NCAA. Cheeky Rebecca Womer played a season-high 34 minutes, took two shots and assisted Lewin’s second goal. Finally, forward Faith Ferrer made his third appearance and scored in the 83rd minute.
Junior midfielder Mallie McKenzie scored his first career goal Thursday night. Designed as a cross, the ball connected in the left side of the net. Having been a key midfield player for the Bulldogs since her first year, she has appeared 41 times with 23 starts.
In seven matches, Georgia occupy first place in the country with 32 goals. The 32 goals are the most goals in program history in seven games, surpassing 23 in 2000. With 4.57 goals per game, Georgia’s offense ranks second in the NCAA and first in the SEC.
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Sunday’s game is the fourth consecutive meeting between Georgia and a nearby South Carolina school. This is the first four-game streak against schools in the same state.