Preview: Troy Soccer Set to Travel Back to ULM

TROY, Ala. – After their original matchup was postponed due to inclement weather, the Troy Trojans are set to return to ULM to close out the regular season Thursday.
 
Kickoff from Brown Field is set for 1 p.m.
 
Match Details
Thursday, Oct. 28
Location: Monroe, La.
Live Stats: Troystats.com
 
The Series
vs. ULM
Overall: Troy leads, 11-4-0 // Streak: W3 // at ULM: 4-2-0
 
Notable

  • Troy is 11-4 all-time against ULM. The Trojans are on a three-match win streak over the Warhawks. 
  • Troy and ULM played a complete first half and the opening two minutes of the second half of the squad’s original matchup. The match was tied 2-2 when a second weather delay halted the match, leading to its eventual postponement. Allison Worley and Gabrielle Chartier looked to have recorded their first career goals, but stats from that Sunday’s match were not counted.
  • Erin Bloomfield continues to lead the Trojan attack with seven goals this season. The freshman has scored half of Troy’s goals this season.
  • Of Troy’s 18 freshmen, only seven are true freshmen (Alexis Agramonte, Johanna Biermann, Allison Worley, Riley Rojahn, Sage Prince, Caylah Williams and Nia Wilson). Troy’s roster reflects the amount of eligibility left; therefore, 2020 freshmen were retained as freshmen.
  • 17 of the Trojans’ 18 freshmen have seen playing time this season. Of those 17, 13 of them have seen playing time in at least 10 matches this season.
  • The Trojans have put up a hard-fought battle in every match this season. Two or fewer goals have decided all but two matches. The Trojans downed Alabama AM 3-0 but fell to South Alabama 0-4.
  • Kate Eubanks saw a 46-game started streak against FAU after sitting the game out due to a pair of cards against Jackson State. Since seeing the streak snap, Eubanks has been back in the starting lineup each game since.
  • Troy has remained tough to beat at home. The Trojans have only fallen in three home matches all season, one of which was to nationally-ranked Auburn. However, the Trojans have not won a road or neutral-site contest this season.
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