Gamecocks set to end no-conference list against Georgia Southern
COLOMBIA– The Gamecocks are heading home for a game against Georgia Southern at 7 p.m. Tuesday night inside Stone Stadium. It’s Carolina’s last non-conference game of the season.
Fans can participate in the game for just $ 2 and there will be free pizza for the first 200 students. Fans can stream the match here or follow the stats live here if they can’t make it to Stone Stadium.
NOTABLES OF GAMECOCK
Carolina won its last game on Saturday night, beating UAB, 2-0, in Birmingham, Alabama.
Logan frost scored twice for the Gamecocks. The brace is the first multi-goal effort of his career and the first by a Gamecock since André Halloran scored a hat trick on February 14 against Winthrop.
frost a four-point night brings her tally to nine, which leads Carolina in that statistic column this season.
Pierre Clement assisted on frost second goal. He now has seven points this season with two goals and three assists.
Ryan bilichuk shutout the Blazers on Saturday night, making six saves, a season-high, to earn his second career solo shutout.
Carolina has a knack for winning corners. The Gamecocks are tied for 19th in the country with 6.73 corners per game.
The Gamecocks are on a three-game unbeaten streak for the first time since September 2019, when they won three in a row.
SCOUTING THE EAGLES
The Eagles are on a three-game losing streak, having been shut out in their previous three games. They have been shut out five times this season.
Georgia Southern is 1-6 on the road this season and has been shut out four times on the road.
Adam davie and Mauro Gutierrez-Solis lead the offensive for Georgia Southern. Both players have scored twice and assisted twice this season.
John murphy is the head coach of the Eagles. He is in his sixth season at Georgia Southern and led him to a 36-48-9 record.
STORY OF THE SERIES
Series record: South Carolina leads 6-0-2
Last meeting: 09/19/2020
Last victory in South Carolina: 09/19/2020, 2-0
South Georgia’s last victory: Never
Last tie: 10/08/2019, 1-1 (2OT)
QUOTATION – Post-UAB
The Head Coach Tony Annan to …
… his thoughts after the 2-0 win over UAB:
“I’m really happy for the guys. I’m happy for the team that we got the first victory in the conference. We got a lot of momentum in the game thanks to our results against Gardner-Webb and FAU. delighted to come up with a clean sheet and a win. “
… what is the importance Logan frost is the offense:
“You can’t reduce Logan’s pace of work. You can’t reduce Logan’s effort. He ended up in two really good positions tonight and completed his goals really well. I’m happy for him. A group of his family was there, so he has to do it in front of his family. “
… what they must do well against Georgia Southern:
“We just have to keep our momentum, our pace and our mentality. We just have to keep improving the way we play and keep improving the identity of South Carolina and we’ll have a quick deadline to do that.”