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Bengal Soccer Hits the Road for Two Matches in Tennessee

Written by Jon Match

POCATELLO, Idaho – Idaho State soccer heads to Nashville, TN this week for the first long road trip of the 2022 season. First, the Bengals take on the Austin Peay Friday, August 26 at 6:00 PM. Then, Sunday, August 28 the Bengals take on the Lipscomb Bison at 12:00 PM MT.

How to Follow

ISU Bengals vs Austin Peay Governors

Where/When: Morgan Bros Soccer Field | August 26, 5:00 PM MT


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ISU Bengals vs Lipscomb Bison

Where/When: Lipscomb Soccer Complex | August 28, 12:00 PM MT

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Bengal Bites

· The Bengals are tied for first in the Big Sky conference in shots so far this early season, the Bengals have recorded 23 with an average of 11.50/per game

· Gabby Warta leads the conference with six shots in her first two games.

· Against Westminster on 8/18/22 the team had a season-high 15 shots

Quick Scout – Austin Peay

· The Governors are 0-0-2 this season with ties coming against Miami (OH) and Evansville. The Governors relied on an 85th minute goal to tie the match against Evansville.

· The Governors are averaging 11 shots per game and have scored one goal this season.

· Austin Peay has committed 22 fouls which evens out with their opponents 22.

· This is the first meeting in program history for the two teams.

· The 2021 season saw the Governors go 4-10-3 averaging .71 goals per game with 7 shots per game.

· Anna McPhie and Haley Patterson lead the team early in the season with six combined shots and three points between the pair.

Quick Scout – Lipscomb

· The Bison are 1-1 early in the 2022 season, coming off of a 4-0 victory over Tennessee Tech.

· The Bison enter the 2022 season coming off of its fifth-straight ASUN champion.

· Lipscomb has recorded 23 shots this season with 52 percent on goal. The Bison keepers have combined for nine saves and a .643 save percentage.

· Four different Bison have scored this season and No.19 Alivia Carapazza leads the team with three points.

Rachel was born and raised in Pocatello and is now studying for a Master’s degree in Public Administration. Rachel is a student-athlete on both ISU’s Track and Cross-Country teams. When Rachel isn’t running, she enjoys travelling, sleepy Sundays spent working in coffee shops and adventuring in Idaho’s wilderness. Her research interests include sustainable development, environmental policy and public policy theory.