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Senior Day and Home Finale

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A big Sunday is lined up at Hodges Stadium as North Florida women’s soccer hosts Central Arkansas in the home finale for Senior Day Oct. 15 at 1 p.m.

UNF will honor Analiese Anderson, Kayla Bond, Gabby Daly, Rachel Fishkin, Liz Anne Fogarty, Haynes Grant, Amanda Hartmann, Brielle Maloney, Zara Siassi and Averi Walraven for Senior Day prior to the match.


Who: North Florida and Central Arkansas

What: Senior Day and home finale

When: Sunday, Oct. 15 at 1 p.m.

Where: Hodges Stadium

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Watch: ESPN+


Series History

  • UNF and UCA are going toe-to-toe for the third time
  • The previous two meetings have been held at Hodges Stadium
  • UNF and UCA first met in 2006, a 2-2 draw
  • The Bears earned a 3-0 win at Hodges Stadium back in 2021

Last Time Out

For the fourth-straight match, UNF women’s soccer (4-7-5, 2-4-3 ASUN) outshot its opponent, but tonight North Alabama (8-5-4, 4-3-2 ASUN) was able to score the contest’s lone goal in the 69th minute as the Ospreys were clipped by the slimmest of margins in the penultimate home match of the regular season. Due to heavy rains throughout the preceding evening and during the day, the game was played on UNF’s turf field adjacent to Hodges Stadium.

Scouting Report

  • Central Arkansas is coming off a scoreless draw at JU Thursday night
  • The Bears are 7-6-4 and 6-1-2 in league play, standing in second place in league play
  • UCA’s last loss was at Lipscomb Oct 1. 
  • The Bears are 2-4-2 in road matches this year
  • Kelly Van Gundy paces the team with five goals, while Sydney Brough and Megan Moudy have four apiece
  • Kajsa Pruner has 76 saves, having played in 16 of 17 contests
  • The Bears blanked Kennesaw State, 5-0, in their largest win of the season

ASUN Ledger

  • UNF sits at nine points, good for eighth with two matches remaining
  • The Ospreys take on UCA (second place) and Jacksonville (12th place)
  • The top eight teams make the ASUN Championship, with seeds one and two earning byes in the first round and quarterfinals. Seeds three and four receive a first round bye, while seeds five through eight begin play in the first round Oct. 26.

Of Note

  • Lauren Weiss, Amanda Hartmann and Zara Siassi account for the three Ospreys that have started all 15 matches this season
  • 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
  • UNF is 15-1-2 when scoring in the 80th minute or later under head coach Eric Faulconer

Balanced ‘Spreys



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