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Road Trip Finale – University of North Florida Athletics

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – North Florida women’s soccer wraps up its season-long four match road stint at Kennesaw State Sunday, Oct. 8 in Georgia. The match was originally slated for 1 p.m. before being bumped back to 3 p.m. to accommodate KSU facility preparations. Sunday’s match marks the final time UNF plays outside of Jacksonville the rest of the season.


  • Who: North Florida vs. Kennesaw State
  • What: Road Trip Finale
  • When: Sunday, Oct. 8 at 3 p.m.
  • Where: Kennesaw, Ga.
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  • Watch: ESPN+


Series History

  • UNF is looking to make it four-straight against Kennesaw State without a loss
  • The Ospreys and Owls have played to scoreless draws in each of the last two meetings against one another
  • North Florida’s last trip to Kennesaw State was in 2019, a 1-0 victory for the Ospreys
  • This is the 23rd meeting between the two teams
  • UNF and KSU have played 17 ASUN regular season matches against one another

Last Time Out

North Florida women’s soccer (4-6-4, 2-3-2 ASUN) earned a result for the second match in a row on the road, outshooting the Queens Royals (3-4-6, 1-1-5 ASUN) by eight shots, in a 0-0 draw Thursday, Oct. 5. 

Scouting Report

  • Kennesaw State is 3-7-4 and 2-4-1 in league play
  • KSU is 2-2-3 at home and on a two-match winning streak
  • Both of KSU’s league wins have come in 1-0 decisions against Stetson and JU respectively
  • The Owls were bounced by multi-goal margins against FGCU, EKU, UCA and UNA
  • KSU also took on UF, drawing 1-1 against the Gators to start September
  • Tianna Rivera is the lone Owl to have scored more than one goal this year, entering with two goals
  • Camryn Simmons, Allanah Blye and Rivera are the lone Owls to have started all 14 matches
  • Blye has permitted 1.53 goals per contest, making 45 saves in net
  • KSU finished 7-9-3 last year, while going 5-3-2 in conference

ASUN Ledger

  • North Florida enters Sunday in control of its own destiny to make the ASUN Championship Tournament
  • UNF sits at eight points, good for sixth with four matches remaining
  • The Ospreys take on UCA (tied for second place) North Alabama (tied for sixth) and Jacksonville (12th) following Sunday’s game with Kennesaw State

Of Note

  • Lauren Weiss, Amanda Hartmann and Zara Siassi account for the three Ospreys that have started all 13 matches this season
  • The Ospreys look to continue success on Sundays. North Florida is 3-1-3 on Sunday, having won three-straight matches on that day of the week
  • UNF is 33-1-2 when scoring first under head coach Eric Faulconer as well as 8-0 when scoring in the first 10 minutes of the match

Balanced ‘Spreys



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