UAB Women’s Soccer Hosts WKU

BIRMINGHAM – The UAB women’s soccer team continues Conference USA play on Friday night when it hosts WKU at BBVA Field. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.
UAB is coming off a 1-0 setback at Old Dominion on Sunday. The Blazers opened C-USA play with a 2-0 victory over LA Tech on Sept.16. Asha Zuniga and Lexxe Lipsey each scored for the Blazers while Anika Toth earned a clean sheet by making three stops.
The Lady Toppers began C-USA with a pair of wins over Marshall and Middle Tennessee, both by the score of 2-1.  WKU is ranked No. 6 in the South Region in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll and has a NCAA RPI of 22.
The teams have met seven times, with WKU holding a slight 4-2-1 advantage. UAB leads the series in Birmingham 2-0-1. The two teams met in last season’s C-USA Championship quarterfinals, with the Lady Toppers taking the match 1-0.
The teams have three common opponents this season – Old Dominion, Rice and UTEP.
Friday will be Youth Night. Fans 17 and under wearing a school or club shirt or jersey receive free admission to the contest.
The Blazers hit the road for the next two matches, facing Southern Miss on Oct. 1 and No. 24 Rice Oct. 8. UAB returns home on Oct. 15 to host North Texas for the annual Bark in the Park night.
Sunday’s game will be streamed through CUSA.TV This is subscription-based service. Click here to register a new account.
Fans can follow along with live stats through Sidearm Stats.

Women’s Soccer season tickets are on sale by purchasing the 2021-22 Gold Card for $65 here. The 2021-22 Gold Card will get you access to all home events for Women’s Soccer, Men’s Soccer, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Softball, and Baseball (Regions Field & Young Memorial). This card is not valid for Conference USA or NCAA Championship events.
Individual match tickets can be purchased here

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