Alabama Soccer Travels To Memphis For Sunday Matchup

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama women’s soccer team (3-2-0) travels to Memphis, Tenn., to take on the Memphis Tigers (4-0-1) in a Sunday evening game. The match is scheduled for 6 p.m. CT at the Billy J. Murphy Soccer/Track & Field Complex.

How to Follow

The match will stream on ESPN+ and will be available to watch with an ESPN+ membership. Links to live scoring and the stream are available at

The Crimson Tide Against The Tigers

  • Alabama trails in the series 1-7-1
  • The Tide won the first meeting between the two teams in 2006, topping Memphis 2-0 on the road
  • Memphis holds a 1-3-1 record at home against the Tide
  • The two teams last met in 2015, with Memphis taking a 1-0 win

Alabama Players Making Waves For The Tide

  • Forward Ashlynn Serepca and midfielder Kate Henderson lead Alabama offensively, both notching two goals and one assist
  • Serepca scored in the season opener against Jacksonville State before converting a penalty kick against Southern Miss
  • Henderson notched a pair of goals in the team’s 3-1 win against Lamar
  • Eight Crimson Tide players have tallied at least one goal this season, while six different players have tallied one assist
  • Midfielder Reyna Reyes leads the team in shots on goal with 8
  • Reyes, Henderson and Felicia Knox have each notched a game-winning goal, scoring against Jacksonville State, Lamar and Southern Miss, respectively
  • Goalkeeper McKinley Crone leads the defense, competing in all five of UA’s games and tallying 11 saves in goal

Last Time Out

  • Alabama fell to Samford, 1-0, Thursday night after a hard-fought match
  • The Crimson Tide led the scoreboard in shots (18), shots on goal (7) and corner kicks (11)
  • Forward Ashlynn Serepca posted a team-leading four shots
  • Midfielders Reyna Reyes and Aislin Streicek followed with three shots apiece
  • UA forced Samford’s goalkeeper to make seven saves

A Look At The Tigers

  • Memphis enters the game undefeated with a record of 4-0-1
  • The Tigers are coming off a 1-0 victory over Kansas Thursday night
  • Midfielder Grace Stordy scored the game-winning goal for the Tigers
  • Earlier this season, Memphis hosted Southeastern Conference foe and then-ranked No. 23 Ole Miss in a 1-1 draw
  • Saorla Miller leads the Tigers in goals and points, registering three goals and 10 points
  • Lydia Herring and Kimberley Smit lead the team in assists, tallying two apiece
  • Goalkeeper Elizabeth Moberg has notched eight saves this season

Get all the latest information on the team by following @AlabamaSoccer on Twitter and Facebook and AlabamaSoccer on Instagram. General athletic news can also be found at UA_Athletics on Twitter and Instagram and AlabamaAthletics on Facebook.



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