Georgia State vs. Chattanooga
Friday, Sept. 6
7 p.m. ET
Live Stats | PantherVision

Georgia State at UAB
Sunday, Sept. 8
7 p.m. ET
Live Stats | C-USA TV

ATLANTA – Georgia State women’s soccer looks to build on its two-match win streak this weekend as the Panthers host Chattanooga Friday night at the GSU Soccer Complex before traveling to take on UAB in Birmingham, Ala., on Sunday.


- Chattanooga has yet to lose a match this year, pitching three consecutive shutouts after drawing with Austin Peay in the season opener. The team’s 3-0-1 start is the best start under fifth year head coach Gavin McKinney.
- All four of the Mocs’ goals this year have been scored by a different player.
- Friday will be the fourth all-time meeting between the two teams, with Georgia State holding a 3-0 record against the Mocs. The Panthers won the most recent meeting against Chattanooga in 2018, when Hannah Davis netted the game-winner in the 105th minute to give GSU the 2-1 victory in double overtime.


-UAB is searching for its first win of 2019 this weekend, as the Blazers host Alabama State on Thursday before hosting Georgia State on Sunday. UAB is off to an 0-2-2 start, most recently drawing with Troy 1-1 on Sunday.
-Senior forward Megan Hudgens leads the team with eight total shots and one goal. Sha’Nya Stephens follows with one goal and six total shots.
-Georgia State is 0-3 all-time against UAB, losing the most recent matchup against the Blazers 2-0 at the GSU Soccer Complex in 2018.


-Georgia State went 2-0 in week 2 of competition, earning an overtime victory at Davidson on Thursday before dominating Alabama A&M 5-0 at the GSU Soccer Complex on Saturday – the first time since 2015 the Panthers netted five goals in a single contest.
-In Thursday's win over Davidson, Liz Anne Fogarty scored her first career goal when she hit the game-winner in the 98th minute. 
- Sophomore forward Jocelyn Jones led Georgia State with two goals in the win over Alabama A&M, her first multi-goal performance of her career. Jones ended with four total shots and three shots on goal, also career highs.
- Kendra Clarke has started in goal for Georgia State in the team’s last two outings, earning a 2-0 record with one shutout and six saves.

Follow along with Georgia State on Twitter (@GSUWomensSoccer) for the latest news and updates.