The Georgia soccer team (4-9-1, 0-6 SEC) will continue conference play as the team travels to Knoxville to take on the No. 21 Tennessee Volunteers (12-1-1, 4-1-1 SEC) tonight (Friday, October 13) at 7 p.m at Regal Soccer Stadium.
Scouting the Volunteers:
Tennessee is on a three-game winning streak against SEC opponents, defeating Missouri, Ole Miss, and Alabama. The team is ranked No. 21 in the United Coaches Poll and No. 8 in the NCAA RPI.
Heading Towards 250 Wins
The Georgia Bulldogs are two wins away from hitting 250 wins in program history.
Where Does She Rank?
Mollie Belisle is one of eight players in the NCAA to score four goals in a game.
Belisle and Kelsey Killean are among the 69 players to record at least one hat trick in a game, along with four other players in the SEC.
Louise Hogrell averages 5.17 saves per game, which ranks first in the SEC.
Competitive 2017 Schedule
Georgia faces seven teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament at the conclusion of the 2016 season, including Charlotte, Clemson, Florida, Missouri, Samford, South Carolina, and Texas A&M.
The Bulldogs rank second in the SEC and fourth in the NCAA in strength of schedule of future opponents. Those future opponents have compiled a 38-13-4 record with a .727 winning percentage.
In cumulative strength of schedule, which is the record of past teams in addition to future opponents, the Bulldogs rank second in the SEC and fifth in the NCAA.
Dawg Nation in the House
Georgia currently ranks third in average attendance (1,446/game) in the SEC and ninth in the NCAA.
Similarly, the Bulldogs rank fifth in accumulative attendance (10,124) in the SEC and ninth in the NCAA for games previously played in Athens this season.
Five SEC teams rank in the top-10 of accumulative attendance in the NCAA.
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