2022 NC State women's soccer (7-8-5, 2-6-2) lose on PK in NCAAT

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The No. 20 NC State women's soccer team (5-1-3) opens Atlantic Coast Conference play Sunday night when Wake Forest makes the trip to Raleigh. Sunday night's match is set for 7 p.m. at Dail Soccer Stadium.

NC State's match against the Demon Deacons will be broadcasted live on ACC Network. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY
Sunday's meeting between the Wolfpack and Demon Deacons will mark the 29th matchup between the two programs. Wake Forest holds a 19-7-2 advantage in the series, winning three of the past five matchups. NC State's most recent win in the series came at home on Sept. 25, 2016, in a 2-1 victory.

SCOUTING THE DEMON DEACONS
Wake Forest (6-0-2) finished nonconference play undefeated, shutting out seven of its eight opponents this season. Excluding a 7-0 win over High Point on Sept. 1, the Demon Deacons have scored just three goals over their past six games, logging a pair of 1-0 wins and a 0-0 draw in their past three matches. Starting goalkeeper Kaitlyn Parks has allowed just one goal in over 673 minutes played this season, tallying seven total shutouts. Offensively, Olivia Stowell and Alex Wood pace the Deacons with three goals apiece.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/17/womens-soccer-wolfpack-opens-acc-play-sunday-against-wake-forest.aspx
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Wolfpack trailed 1-0 at half
scores 2 second half goals for 2-1 win over Wake Forest

NC State scores with just 13 minutes left in the match.

After Hall-Robinson sends a cross into the box, Strickland slotted it away for the equalizer.

Wake Forest 1, NC State 1

Just a few minutes after Strickland made it 1-1, Joseph strikes from outside the box to make it 2-1 for the Wolfpack, scoring her fifth of the season.

Wake Forest 1, NC State 2

FINAL: Wake Forest 1, NC State 2

The Wolfpack completes the second half comeback victory to improve to 6-1-3 on the season.
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The No. 20 NC State women's soccer team stormed back from a 1-0 halftime deficit to capture a 2-1 comeback victory over Wake Forest on Sunday night at Dail Soccer Stadium.

The Wolfpack (6-1-3) handed the Demon Deacons (6-1-2) their first loss of the season behind goals from Alexis Strickland and Jameese Joseph in the final 13 minutes to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 ACC victory.

Faced with a 1-0 deficit after Laurel Ansbrow's goal in the 35th minute, the Wolfpack increased its offensive pressure in the second half, outshooting the Demon Deacons 6-5 in the final 45 minutes. Strickland recorded three shots for the Pack in the first 30 minutes of the second half, finding the equalizer on her fourth shot of the period when she buried the ball into the left part of the net. Leyah Hall-Robinson and Annika Wohner each recorded assists on Strickland's 78th-minute equalizer.

Joseph then notched her team-high third game-winning goal of the season less than 7 minutes later, fielding a long ball from Jenna Butler before slotting home the game-winner into the bottom-right corner of the Wake Forest net.

Entering Sunday's match, Wake Forest allowed just one goal in its first eight matches. The Wolfpack doubled that total in 6 minutes and 26 seconds.

Sunday's win over Wake Forest marked the Pack's first victory over the Demon Deacons since Sept. 25, 2016, which also ended in a 2-1 victory at Dail Soccer Stadium.

Goalkeeper Maria Echezarreta made three saves on the night, including a pair of top saves in the opening 30 minutes to keep the game scoreless.

Strickland paced NC State with four shots, while Joseph (two) and Wohner (one) each registered shots of their own.

UP NEXT
NC State will continue its four-game home stand Thursday against Virginia Tech. Thursday's kickoff at Dail Soccer Stadium is set for 7 p.m. and will stream live on ACC Network Extra.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/18/womens-soccer-pack-rallies-in-second-half-to-earn-2-1-win-over-wake-forest.aspx
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https://www.technicianonline.com/sports/nc-state-women-s-soccer-completes-second-half-comeback-over-wake-forest/article_2a8cf9ae-37ca-11ed-b176-d3266343ca7e.html

The No. 20 NC State women's soccer team pulled off a second-half comeback against Wake Forest on Sunday, Sept. 18. The Wolfpack scored two clutch goals in the final 15 minutes of the game to beat the Demon Deacons 2-1 in its ACC opener.
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Another week in the Top 25!

We check in at No. 19 in this week's @TopDrawerSoccer Poll!
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Starting out strong

The Pack starts out at No. 14 in the first RPI poll!
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Wake was tied with us for 7th in the preseason ACC poll, so this is a match you have to have at home...VaTech was picked 9th, right behind us and Wake, so this is also an important match not to lay an egg in, with lots of top 10 teams left on the ACC schedule...
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After one month of play, NC State women's soccer has dominated the nonconference part of its schedule, going 6-1-3 in the first leg of its season. But with a daunting slate of ACC teams on the horizon, there are some key takeaways from the Pack's first 10 matches.

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Jumped into the @UnitedCoaches Top 25 for the first time this season
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The No. 19 NC State women's soccer team (6-1-3) opens the second week of its four-game home stand Thursday against Virginia Tech. Thursday night's match is set for 7 p.m. at Dail Soccer Stadium.

NC State's match against the Hokies will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY
The Pack and Hokies have played 16 times with Virginia Tech holding a 10-5-1 advantage in the all-time series. NC State is 1-3-1 in its past five matches against Virginia Tech, notching its most recent win in a 1-0 victory in Blacksburg on Oct. 22, 2017.

SCOUTING THE HOKIES
Virginia Tech (6-2-1) has posted multi-goal victories in five of its six matches this season, scoring three or more goals five times this season. The Hokies dropped their ACC opener on Friday against Pittsburgh 4-1, allowing three goals within an 8-minute stretch. Forwards Tori Powell and Taylor Price pace the Hokies with five goals and 12 points.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/21/womens-soccer-wolfpack-hosts-virginia-tech-on-thursday.aspx
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The No. 19 NC State women's soccer team dropped its first ACC match of the season in a 1-0 loss to Virginia Tech Thursday night at Dail Soccer Stadium.

NC State (6-2-3, 1-1-0 ACC) starting goalkeeper Maria Echezarreta set a career high with nine saves, making six saves in the opening half to keep the game scoreless at the half.

Virginia Tech (7-2-1, 1-1-0) forward Taylor Price netted the game-winner in the 63rd minute, finishing off a cross at the near post from Natalie Mitchell.

The Wolfpack increased its offensive pressure in the second half, notching six shots and four corner kicks in the final 45 minutes.

Jameese Joseph logged NC State's best attempt of the second half with just two minutes remaining, collecting a bouncing ball at the top of the box from a corner kick before firing a shot just high and right of the goal. Joseph paced the Pack with four shots, firing NC State's final attempt of the night on target from outside the box.

Echezarreta made three of her six saves from the first half in the opening 12 minutes. One of her top saves of the night came in the 22nd minute when she denied Mitchell from inside the box, pushing her shot over the crossbar to keep it scoreless.

UP NEXT
NC State will conclude its four-game home stand Sunday against No. 5 Duke. Sunday's kickoff at Dail Soccer Stadium is set for 7 p.m. and will be broadcasted live on ACC Network.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/22/womens-soccer-pack-falls-1-0-to-virginia-tech.aspx
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The No. 19 NC State women's soccer team (6-2-3) concludes its four-game home stand Sunday night against No. 5 Duke. Thursday night's match is set for 7 p.m. at Dail Soccer Stadium.

NC State's match against the Blue Devils will be broadcasted live on ACC Network. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY
NC State holds a 11-24-3 record against the Blue Devils in the all-time series. The Pack earned a thrilling 2-1 win at No. 4 Duke in this past year's matchup when Jameese Joseph scored the golden goal in double overtime. Annika Wohner notched the equalizer in the 53rd minute after Duke grabbed the opener in the 48th minute.

SCOUTING THE BLUE DEVILS
Duke (7-2-0) has opened ACC play with back-to-back shutouts, earning a 1-0 win at Syracuse before blanking Boston College 3-0 on Thursday. Star forward Michelle Cooper leads the Blue Devils with seven goals and 17 points, securing a brace against Boston College. Midfielder Mackenzie Pluck paces Duke with five assists, logging an assist in both ACC triumphs.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/24/womens-soccer-nc-state-concludes-home-stand-against-no-5-duke.aspx
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2-0 Duke in 1st 10 minutes
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NC State 0
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The NC State women's soccer team dropped its ACC weekend finale 6-0 to No. 5 Duke Sunday night at Dail Soccer Stadium.

Duke scored twice in the opening 10 minutes to set the tone for the conference matchup. Michelle Cooper scored the opening goal on a blistering shot from outside the box in the sixth minute. The Blue Devils doubled their advantage just over two minutes later when Mackenzie Pluck's shot from inside the box snuck past a crowd of defenders into the net.

The Pack fired its best effort of the first half after earning a free kick right outside the 18-yard box. Lulu Guttenberger clipped in a ball to the far post for centerback partner Jenna Butler, who blistered her right-footed effort just wide of the right post.

Duke tallied four goals in the second half to secure the ACC victory. Cooper paced Duke with two goals and a pair of assists, while Pluck also secured a brace on the night.

Jameese Joseph and Butler each recorded a shot for the Wolfpack, while 20 members of the Pack logged minutes.

UP NEXT
NC State will open a three-game road trip at No. 14 Clemson on Thursday night. Thursday's kickoff at Riggs Field is set for 8 p.m. and will be broadcasted live on ACC Network.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/25/womens-soccer-wolfpack-falls-to-no-5-duke.aspx
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The NC State women's soccer team (6-3-3) opens its three-game road trip at Clemson (5-3-2) Thursday night. Thursday night's match is set for 8 p.m. at Clemson's Riggs Field.

The Pack's match against the Tigers will be broadcasted live on ACC Network. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY

Clemson leads the all-time series 19-7-14, winning the past six matchups in the series. The Pack's most recent win over the Tigers came back in 2011 when NC State posted a 2-1 home victory on Oct. 20, 2011. NC State's one-goal victory capped off a three-game winning streak, winning each game from 2009-11 by a goal apiece.

SCOUTING THE TIGERS

Clemson opened Atlantic Coast Conference play strong with a 2-0 home victory over then-No. 6 Notre Dame. The win extended the Tigers' winning streak to three matches and unbeaten run to four, shutting out three straight opponents following a 2-2 tie at then-No. 4 South Carolina. The Tigers suffered back-to-back ACC defeats this past week, falling to Wake Forest and Florida State on the road. Four Tigers tie for the team lead with three goals apiece.

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The NC State women's soccer team opened ACC road action with a 2-1 comeback victory over Clemson at the Tigers' Riggs Field on Thursday night.

NC State (7-3-3, 2-2 ACC) remained undefeated on the road with its second 2-1 comeback victory in conference play, overcoming an early 1-0 deficit behind goals from Leyah Hall-Robinson and Jameese Joseph.

Hall-Robinson netted the tying goal in the 38th minute off a corner kick from the Wolfpack. Jaiden Thomas played the ball short to Annika Wohner before Hall-Robinson finished past the goalkeeper to make it 1-1 near the halftime break.

Joseph, who extended her team lead in goals with six, recorded her fourth game-winning strike in the 74th minute. Joseph received a pass from Hall-Robinson before beating the outstretched arms of Clemson goalkeeper Halle Mackiewicz. Mackiewicz got a hand on Joseph's strike, but she was unable to stop the Pack's game-winner.

NC State fired 11 shots, six of which were on target. Joseph and Fernanda Soto paced the Pack with three shots apiece. Joseph fired all three of her attempts on target.

Hall-Robinson led the Pack with a three-point night, logging her second goal and fourth assist of the season.

Maria Echezarreta made six saves, denying Clemson (5-4-2, 1-3 ACC) six times on its seven shots on frame. The Pack limited Clemson to just two shots in the final 16:54 following Joseph's game-winning strike.

Clemson's Caroline Conti opened Thursday night's scoring with a goal from outside the box in the ninth minute.

UP NEXT
After taking Sunday off, NC State will continue its three-game road trip at Notre Dame on Thursday, Oct. 6. Next Thursday's kickoff in South Bend, Indiana, is slated for 8 p.m. and will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/9/29/womens-soccer-nc-state-rallies-past-clemson-for-acc-road-victory.aspx
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New week, new set of opportunities

We enter this week's pair of road matches ranked No. 20 in the latest RPI Poll!

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The NC State women's soccer team (7-3-3, 2-2-0 ACC) continues its three-game road trip at No. 17 Notre Dame (9-2-0, 2-2-0) Thursday night. Thursday night's match is set for 8 p.m. ET in South Bend, Indiana.

The Pack's match against the Fighting Irish will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY
Notre Dame leads the all-time series history 7-3, but the Wolfpack has won two of the past four matchups dating back to Oct. 29, 2017. NC State has earned all three of its victories at home, falling by just a single goal in two of its four road defeats. In the Pack's most recent win over the Fighting Irish on Oct. 27, 2019, NC State shut out Notre Dame 3-0 behind goals from Ricci Walkling, Jameese Joseph and Tziarra King.

SCOUTING THE FIGHTING IRISH
After finishing nonconference play with a perfect 7-0 record, Notre Dame dropped two of its first three matchups in ACC play in a pair of two-goal defeats to Clemson and Pittsburgh. The Fighting Irish got back in the win column this past Thursday with a 3-0 road win at Boston College. Olivia Wingate and Maddie Mercado pace the Fighting Irish with seven goals apiece

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Notre Dame 3
NC State 0
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The NC State women's soccer team dropped its first road match of the season in a 3-0 loss at No. 17 Notre Dame on Thursday night.

NC State (7-4-3, 2-3-0 ACC) moved to 2-1-2 on the road this season in Thursday night's setback. The Wolfpack limited Notre Dame to just one shot on target in the first half before Korbin Albert's brace in the second half made it 3-0 Fighting Irish.

Notre Dame (10-2-0, 3-2-0 ACC) scored the game's opening goal in the 26th minute when Kiki Van Zanten converted from the spot. The Fighting Irish earned the penalty kick opportunity after the Pack's Leyah Hall-Robinson was called for a handball in the 18-yard box.

Notre Dame doubled its lead in the 65th minute when Albert finished from distance. She secured her brace in the 72nd minute to conclude the scoring.

Lulu Guttenberger fired one of the Pack's best efforts of the night off a direct free kick in the 66th minute, sending her shot just high and to the right of Notre Dame's goal. Hall-Robinson drew a yellow card outside the box to set up Guttenberger's shot attempt.

Four members of the Pack Guttenberger, Brianna Weber, Fernanda Soto and Brooklyn Holt recorded shot attempts on Thursday. The Wolfpack also recorded three corner kicks.

Goalkeeper Maria Echezarreta made three saves on the night in her 43rd consecutive start for the Pack.

UP NEXT
NC State will conclude its three-game road trip down the road at No. 5 North Carolina. Sunday's kickoff in Chapel Hill is set for 1 p.m. and will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/6/womens-soccer-wolfpack-drops-first-road-match-at-no-17-notre-dame.aspx
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The NC State women's soccer team (7-4-3, 2-3-0 ACC) concludes its three-game road trip at No. 5 North Carolina (10-3-0, 3-2-0) on Sunday afternoon. Sunday's match is set for 1 p.m. at the Tar Heels' Dorrance Field.

The Pack's match against North Carolina will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY
North Carolina holds a commanding 47-3-2 record over NC State, but the Pack has posted two wins in the past five matchups, including a 1-0 in Chapel Hill in 2016. NC State shut out the Tar Heels 1-0 win in Raleigh this past season with Jameese Joseph scoring the game-winner.

SCOUTING THE TAR HEELS
The No. 5 Tar Heels opened the week with a 4-0 home win over No. 13 Pittsburgh on Thursday. North Carolina's sole nonconference defeat came in a 2-1 home loss to No. 1 UCLA. The Tar Heels have also dropped one-goal results to Virginia and Virginia Tech. Offensively, Avery Patterson paces the Heels with seven goals and 17 points. Seven Tar Heels have logged multiple goals this season, including four with four goals or more.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/8/womens-soccer-nc-state-concludes-road-stretch-at-no-5-north-carolina.aspx
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The NC State women's soccer team concluded its road trip with a 2-0 defeat at No. 5 North Carolina on Sunday afternoon at Dorrance Field.

NC State (7-5-3, 2-4-0 ACC) closed out its three-game road trip against the Tar Heels and will return to Dail Soccer Stadium for its next two matches, finishing its regular-season home slate against Miami (Oct. 15) and Louisville (Oct. 20).

North Carolina (11-3-0, 4-2-0 ACC) scored a pair of goals within five minutes to capture the ACC victory, ending the first half with a goal in the 43rd minute before opening the second half with the Tar Heels' second tally in the 46th minute.

Wolfpack goalkeeper Maria Echezarreta recorded a career-high 10 saves on the afternoon, registering three stops in the opening 45 minutes before making seven saves in the final half.

In the first half, NC State broke quickly in the 13th minute after Alexis Strickland forced a turnover at midfield, laying off the ball to Leyah Hall-Robinson before a low cross found the foot of Fernanda Soto who just missed to the left side of North Carolina's goal.

The Wolfpack increased pressure in the attacking third in the final 15 minutes when Hall-Robinson blasted a shot on target from just inside the 18-yard box. North Carolina goalkeeper Emmie Allen punched Hall-Robinson's attempt to the left to keep the Pack off the board.

NC State then sent a dangerous free kick into the box following a yellow card on UNC's Avery Patterson, nearly finding the head of defender Jenna Butler for a close-range effort.

North Carolina logged its first goal of the match off a corner kick when Emily Murphy gave the Heels a 1-0 halftime lead. Patterson then doubled the home side's lead 37 seconds into the second half with an effort from outside the box.

Hall-Robinson, Soto and Strickland each recorded a shot in Sunday's match with Strickland and Hall-Robinson's efforts landing on target.

UP NEXT
NC State will return to Raleigh for its final two regular-season home matches, opening the two-game stretch against Miami on Saturday, Oct. 15. Kickoff at Dail Soccer Stadium is set for 7 p.m. and will stream live on ACC Network Extra.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/9/womens-soccer-nc-state-falls-2-0-at-no-5-north-carolina.aspx
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The NC State women's soccer team concluded its road trip with a 2-0 defeat at No. 5 North Carolina on Sunday afternoon at Dorrance Field.

NC State (7-5-3, 2-4-0 ACC) closed out its three-game road trip against the Tar Heels and will return to Dail Soccer Stadium for its next two matches, finishing its regular-season home slate against Miami (Oct. 15) and Louisville (Oct. 20).

North Carolina (11-3-0, 4-2-0 ACC) scored a pair of goals within five minutes to capture the ACC victory, ending the first half with a goal in the 43rd minute before opening the second half with the Tar Heels' second tally in the 46th minute.

Wolfpack goalkeeper Maria Echezarreta recorded a career-high 10 saves on the afternoon, registering three stops in the opening 45 minutes before making seven saves in the final half.

In the first half, NC State broke quickly in the 13th minute after Alexis Strickland forced a turnover at midfield, laying off the ball to Leyah Hall-Robinson before a low cross found the foot of Fernanda Soto who just missed to the left side of North Carolina's goal.

The Wolfpack increased pressure in the attacking third in the final 15 minutes when Hall-Robinson blasted a shot on target from just inside the 18-yard box. North Carolina goalkeeper Emmie Allen punched Hall-Robinson's attempt to the left to keep the Pack off the board.

NC State then sent a dangerous free kick into the box following a yellow card on UNC's Avery Patterson, nearly finding the head of defender Jenna Butler for a close-range effort.

North Carolina logged its first goal of the match off a corner kick when Emily Murphy gave the Heels a 1-0 halftime lead. Patterson then doubled the home side's lead 37 seconds into the second half with an effort from outside the box.

Hall-Robinson, Soto and Strickland each recorded a shot in Sunday's match with Strickland and Hall-Robinson's efforts landing on target.

UP NEXT
NC State will return to Raleigh for its final two regular-season home matches, opening the two-game stretch against Miami on Saturday, Oct. 15. Kickoff at Dail Soccer Stadium is set for 7 p.m. and will stream live on ACC Network Extra.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/9/womens-soccer-nc-state-falls-2-0-at-no-5-north-carolina.aspx
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The NC State women's soccer team (7-5-3, 2-4-0 ACC) returns to Raleigh for its first of two home games to close out its regular-season home schedule. The Wolfpack will host Miami (4-6-2, 1-5-0 ACC) on Saturday at Dail Soccer Stadium.

Kickoff for Saturday's match is set for 7 p.m. and will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

Saturday's match will be NC State's Alumni Night, honoring and welcoming back Wolfpack women's soccer alumni. The Pack will also wear pink jerseys for its UNC Health Breast Cancer Awareness game.

SERIES HISTORY
NC State holds a 4-7-2 record against Miami in the all-time series history, winning the most recent matchup 1-0 at home on Oct. 18, 2018. Kia Rankin scored that evening's game-winner for the Pack's Breast Cancer Awareness night in the 2nd minute as NC State held on over the next 88+ minutes to earn the ACC victory. Who happened to have the assist on Rankin's goal? That'd be Saturday night's analyst on ACC Network Extra, Michaella van Maanen.

SCOUTING THE HURRICANES
Miami earned its first ACC victory on Oct. 6 with a commanding 3-1 home victory over Virginia Tech. Despite their record, the Hurricanes have some impressive victories, earning a 1-0 win over now No. 2 Alabama, handing the Crimson Tide its only defeat of the season. Miami has struggled to score this season, logging just nine goals in 12 matches. The Hurricanes, however, have limited their opponents to just 14 goals during that span. Sophomore midfielder Lauren Meeks paces Miami with two goals and four points. Both her goals have been game-winning strikes.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/14/womens-soccer-wolfpack-returns-to-raleigh-to-host-miami-on-saturday.aspx
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The NC State women's soccer team stormed back from a 3-0 deficit to earn a 3-3 draw against Miami on Saturday night at Dail Soccer Stadium.

After Miami (4-6-3, 1-5-1) scored the game's first three goals in the first 20 minutes, graduate captain Lulu Guttenberger began the comeback with her first goal of the season. Nina Zimmer served in a cross from the left flank, which deflected off a defender before Guttenberger deposited it into the back of the net for the Pack's first goal in the 24th minute.

Jameese Joseph then helped the Pack cut into Miami's lead again, drawing a foul in the box to earn a penalty kick. Guttenberger then stepped to the spot and buried the ball into the right side of the net, making it a 3-2 game in the 25th minute.

Facing a 3-2 deficit at the half, the Pack quickly knotted the game at 3-3 when Joseph recorded her team-high seventh goal of the season in the 48th minute, finishing past the Miami keeper with a right-footed effort into the bottom-right corner. Leyah Hall-Robinson logged the assist on Joseph's tying goal.

The Pack (7-5-4, 2-4-1) applied pressure throughout the final 45 minutes, outshooting Miami 13-3 in the second half and holding a 2-0 advantage in corner kicks. NC State recorded five shots in the final five minutes, including a shot on goal attempt from Jaiden Thomas and a bicycle attempt from Brianna Weber that missed just high and to the right of goal.

Guttenberger (two) and Joseph (one) tallied the goals on the night for NC State with Joseph firing a team-high five shots. Hall-Robinson tallied an assist and registered four shots of her own, including one on target.

Miami's Chloe O'Neill paced the Hurricanes with two goals, converting her two shots on frame into scores.

UP NEXT
NC State will conclude its regular-season home schedule against Louisville on Thursday. Thursday's kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Dail Soccer Stadium and will stream live on ACC Network Extra.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/15/womens-soccer-pack-rallies-for-3-3-draw-against-miami.aspx
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In an action-packed match back at Dail Soccer Field, the NC State women's soccer team tied the Miami Hurricanes 3-3 on Saturday, Oct 15.
With the Hurricanes jumping out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first half, it seemed like a dismal result was in order for the Wolfpack (7-5-4, 2-4-1 ACC). However, the red-and-white clawed its way back into the match, quickly erasing the 3-0 deficit just as quickly as Miami (4-6-3, 1-5-1 ACC) created it.
The six-goal match had more than enough action and electrifying moments to go around, but with numerous chances for NC State to bag the winner at the end, it wasn't the finish the Wolfpack was looking for, especially considering the three conceded goals in the first 20 minutes of the match.

"Gutsy to come back down 3-0," said team captain and graduate defender Lulu Guttenberger. "Being down 3-0 is a hard test to come back from in any game, especially an ACC game, so I'm proud of the team for that, but we have a lot to work on."
Guttenberger was an integral part of that comeback effort, scoring two goals that were separated by a mere 63 seconds. The first came in the 24th minute after Guttenbeger made a sliding shot attempt, forcing the ball into the net for the Pack's first score.
She wasn't done quite yet, however, as just a minute later Guttenberger helped dig into Miami's lead even further by slotting away a penalty kick earned by senior forward Jameese Joseph.
After the rollercoaster that was the first half, the latter 45 didn't disappoint in terms of action either. Exactly three minutes after the kickoff, Joseph scored her seventh goal of the season, leveling the match at 3-3 after receiving an assist from fellow senior forward Leyah Hall-Robinson.
Some back and forth play followed Joseph's goal, but the final 20 minutes of the match saw chance after chance fall just short of a goal for the home side. With eight shots in that time span, most of which seriously threatened to break the deadlock, the Wolfpack kept knocking on Miami's door. But between blocks from defenders, missed shots and some miraculous saves from the Canes' keeper, NC State couldn't find the go-ahead goal.

In addition, the Wolfpack took a total 21 shots, six of which were on goal. It seemed as though the ball just refused to reach the back of the net for the Wolfpack after the first three goals.
Following Guttenberger's brace, the NC State defense shut down Miami for the remainder of the game thanks to heavy defensive pressure and junior goalkeeper Maria Echazarreta making two huge saves to close out the half. However, after the defense was unable to handle the Hurricane goals in the first 20 minutes, it was a long shot for NC State to earn a full three points by the end of the match.
After the rough start and the disappointing end of the match against Miami, NC State is now 1-4-1 in its last six matches, all of which against ACC opponents.
"We gotta get some wins," said head coach Tim Santoro. "It's the bottom line, we need to put some wins together, and we didn't do that tonight."
For Santoro and the rest of the squad, it seems as though winning is the only focus at the moment, especially with just three matches left in the 2022 regular season.
"You've got to show up to every single game and put your heart into the game 100%," Guttenberger said. "Every single game, every single day. Looking forward to the next game, and winning is the key for the next three games that we have left."
NC State will try to get back in the win column in its next match against Louisville. The final match at Dail Soccer Field for the regular season will be played on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m.

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The NC State women's soccer team (7-5-4, 2-4-1 ACC) concludes its regular-season home schedule Thursday against Louisville.

Kickoff for Thursday night's match is set for 7 p.m. and will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra. Live stats will also be available via StatBroadcast.

SERIES HISTORY
The Wolfpack holds a 5-3-1 advantage in the all-time series history against Louisville. NC State has won three straight against the Cardinals, earning one-goal victories in 2019 (twice) and 2021. The Pack defeated Louisville in back-to-back road matchups in 2019, earning a win in the regular-season finale and a win in the opening round of the ACC Tournament on the road.

SERIES HISTORY
The Wolfpack holds a 5-3-1 advantage in the all-time series history against Louisville. NC State has won three straight against the Cardinals, earning one-goal victories in 2019 (twice) and 2021. The Pack defeated Louisville in back-to-back road matchups in 2019, earning a win in the regular-season finale and a win in the opening round of the ACC Tournament on the road.

https://gopack.com/news/2022/10/19/womens-soccer-nc-state-concludes-regular-season-home-slate-against-louisville.aspx
 
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