What you need to know:

*GSU’s originally scheduled match vs. Presbyterian on Saturday night has been moved to Friday afternoon due to Hurricane Florence
*The Panthers aim to extend their four-game winning streak to five
*Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. Friday at the GSU Soccer Complex


ATLANTA – Georgia State men’s soccer’s originally scheduled match against Presbyterian on Saturday night has been moved to 1:30 p.m. Friday due to impending weather associated with Hurricane Florence.

The Panthers (4-2-0) enter Friday’s match on a four-game winning streak and have an opportunity to string together five consecutive wins for the second time under head coach Brett Surrency. Georgia State most recently knocked off Belmont 2-1 on Tuesday, getting goals from Kwaku Adu-Boahene and George Proctor.

Senior midfielder Max Hemmings leads all Sun Belt players in total shots with 19 and is second in shots per game with 3.17. As a team, Georgia State ranks second in the conference in total shots (79), points (21), goals (8) and is tied for first in goals allowed (5). Panthers keeper Paul Tyson is tied for first in total saves with 17.

Presbyterian (0-5-0) looks to earn its first victory of the season after falling to Furman 1-0 on Saturday. The Blue Hose will wrap up their four-game road slate that included matches against No. 14 NC State and No. 1 Wake Forest on Friday against GSU. Despite the rough start, Presbyterian is averaging nearly two more corner kicks than its opponents per game.

Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. Friday at the GSU Soccer Complex. Live stats will be available at GeorgiaStateSports.com.

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