Taylor Mitchell has scored two goals for the Lady Cardinals this season.
BEAUMONT, Texas - After opening the season with five straight games away from the comforts of home, the Lamar University women's soccer team finally gets to play host this week, as the Lady Cardinals entertain Prairie View A&M at 7 p.m. Friday and Houston Baptist at 1 p.m. Sunday.
"We're excited to finally have some home games," Lamar coach Orlando Cervantes said. "We're familiar with the field, and we're looking forward to playing in front of our fans."
The Last Meeting
Prairie View A&M
September 5, 2010
Lady Cards win second straight
Lisa Hance's third goal in two games proved to be the game-winner as the Lamar University women's soccer team edged Prairie View A&M 2-1 in a non-conference game Sunday afternoon.
Prairie View A&M (1-4) comes in to Friday's game riding high off a 5-0 win over Texas College, an NAIA school. The Lady Panthers, who were shut out in their first four games, are led by Ariana Roundtree with two goals. Angie Guillory, who played one season for Lamar, has a team-high 10 shots for Prairie View. Lamar leads the all-time series 2-0.
Houston Baptist is 2-3-1 heading into a Friday contest at Northwestern State. Natalie Hager leads the Huskies with three goals. Goalkeeper Shelby Horn has a 0.96 goals-against average. Houston Baptist leads the all-time series with Lamar 1-0-1.
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