What you need to know:
* The Panthers will face the College of Charleston Tuesday night in the second of the team's three-match road stretch.
* Senior Rashid Alarape leads the team with six goals, ranking No. 6 in the nation.
* Kickoff is set for 7 p.m., and live stats will be available at GeorgiaStateSports.com.
ATLANTA- The Georgia State men’s soccer team will head to Charleston, S.C. to play College of Charleston Tuesday night for the second match in three-game road stretch.
The Panthers are 5-3 this season and are on a two-match win-streak, defeating Winthrop at home and Presbyterian on the road. The team previously defeated then-No. 2 Wake Forest in overtime on the road in a defeat of the highest ranking opponent in program history.
The offense is led by Rashid Alarape, with the senior forward ranking No. 6 in the country with six total goals. Alarape has scored three game-winners, putting the game away for GSU in the last two matches.
Hannes Burmeister has scored three times this season, including the game-winning goal against USC Upstate during opening weekend.
Georgia State has outscored its opponents 11-6, shutting out three team’s this season. Senior Yannic Horn has made 23 of the team’s 24 saves for a .793 save percentage and posts a .71 goals against the average.
The College of Charleston is 2-4-1 overall this season, tying its last match with Hofstra 0-0. The team has split home play 1-1-1, while Georgia State is 2-1 on the road.
This will be the 23rd time that the Panthers and Cougars will face each other, with the College of Charleston holding a 15-7 advantage. The teams last met in 2016, where the match ended in a 1-0 overtime victory of GSU.
Kickoff at Patriots Point is set for 7 p.m., with live stats available at GeorgiaStateSports.com.