LIVINGSTON, Ala. – The West Alabama men’s soccer team host Delta State Friday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m., followed by a 3:30 p.m. match Sunday, Oct. 3 against Mississippi College.
UWA enters the contest with a 3-3 overall record after dropping one to Alabama Huntsville September 25 in a non-conference matchup. The Tigers are currently 1-0 in the conference.
Leading the Tigers offense is Vince Stans with two goals for four points. The Sittard, Netherlands native has taken 13 shots with six being on frame. He has also recorded one game-winner in the six matches played.
Richard Lopez and Peter Oyetunji also contribute to UWA’s offense. Both Lopez and Oyetunji have scored one goal for three points and added one assist. Lopez has taken only one shot on goal. Oyetunji has taken eight shots, two being on target.
Between the posts for the Tigers is Jules Dechert (3-3-0). The Viroflay, France native has recorded 12 saves in the six matches played.
Delta State brings a 3-4-1 overall record to Livingston and is 1-3-0 in GSC play after taking a 3-0 defeat from Lee University on September 26.
Forward Remi Emeriau leads Delta State’s offense. He has scored four goals for 12 points, sitting at sixth in the GSC rankings for goals scored. The Barberaz, France native has taken 17 shots with seven being on target.
The Statesmen goalie Mattis Kloepper (2-4-1) has recorded 22 saves and has allowed 13 goals in the seven matches played.
Mississippi College battles Alabama Huntsville Friday before coming to Livingston on Sunday. As of now, MC has a 3-4 overall record and is 2-2 in GSC play after defeating Shorter 4-0 on September 26.
Forward Noah Wagner has scored six goals for the Choctaws, ranking him second in the GSC for goals scored. He is currently leading the GSC in points with a total of 13. The junior sits at sixth place in GSC standings for shots taken with a total of 22 while being ranked fifth in shots on goal for a total of 14.
MC’s goalkeeper Alejandro Chavarria (2-2) has recorded 13 saves and has allowed three goals in the four matches played.
Live stream and live stats will be available for both matches.
There are no tickets required or admission charges for soccer matches.
Masks are not required at outdoor venues including Tiger Stadium, but fans are encouraged to wear masks while not actively eating or drinking.
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