October 01, 20211st2ndFinal
ETSU76:03Lindsey Cook
ETSUOhba, Shu90:0003
WOFMon, Maria90:0013
Stats at a GlanceETSUWOF
Shots (on Goal)11 (4) 9 (3)
Corner Kicks43
Yellow Cards21
October 03, 20211st2ndFinal
FUR9:58Jasmine Greene (Nieva Gaither )
FUR25:49Nieva Gaither (Jasmine Greene )
FUR49:54Isabella Gutierrez
ETSU68:04Momoko Horiuchi
ETSUShu Ohba90:0035
FURAddison Corn90:0013
Stats at a GlanceETSUFUR
Shots (on Goal)6 (4) 13 (8)
Corner Kicks12
Women’s Soccer makes South Carolina SoCon road swing this weekend
Women’s Soccer makes South Carolina SoCon road swing this weekend
Thursday, September 30, 2021

ETSU takes on Wofford Friday night; Furman Sunday afternoon

SPARTANBURG & GREENVILLE, S.C. (Sept. 30, 2021) – The ETSU women’s soccer team gears up for a South Carolina Southern Conference road swing this weekend as the Buccaneers take on Wofford Friday night in Spartanburg and Furman Sunday afternoon in Greenville.


ETSU at Wofford

Friday, Oct. 1 | 7 p.m. | Snyder Field

Video (ESPN+) | Live Stats 

ETSU at Furman

Sunday, Oct. 3| 2 p.m. | Stone Stadium

Video (ESPN+) Live Stats


  • ETSU earned a point in its SoCon opening weekend as the Bucs fell 2-0 against The Citadel before playing Mercer to a scoreless draw Sunday night at Summers-Taylor Stadium.
  • The Bucs enter weekend play with an overall record of 3-2-3 and an 0-1-1 mark in conference action.
  • ETSU is eyeing its first conference road win since defeating Western Carolina, 1-0, on Sept. 28, 2018.
  • The Blue and Gold rank 13th nationally in save percentage (.889), 32nd in goals against average (.568) and 46th in shutout percentage (.500).
  • Despite not scoring a goal in its last three games, ETSU is 0-1-2 in those contests, thanks to the stellar play by the Buccaneer defense … Freshman keeper Shu Ohba (Fujisawa, Japan) has made 21 saves over this three-game stretch, including a pair of 9-save games against Tennessee Tech and Mercer … Those nine saves tied a career high for the Buccaneer rookie.


  • Wofford opened SoCon play with a 3-2 win at Furman last Friday night … With the win the Terriers improved to 3-7 overall and 1-0 in conference play.   
  • The Terriers have dropped three of their four home games this season – most recently a 2-0 setback to Winthrop on Sept. 12.
  • Six different players have accounted for Wofford’s eight goals with Katie Gilligan and Rachel Rasins leading the team with two each … As a team, the Terriers are being out-scored 24-8 on the season.
  • Wofford holds a slight lead in the all-time series, 9-7-1, but the Terriers are 7-1-1 at home against the Blue and Gold … Wofford has won the last two meetings, 1-0, while the Bucs won the previous two by a combined score of 12-1.


  • Furman has dropped back-to-back games and currently sits 4-3-1 overall and 0-1-0 in SoCon play.
  • The Paladins lost 3-2 to Wofford last Friday and suffered a 2-0 loss at Elon on Sept. 17.
  • Furman was picked to win the SoCon by the league coaches, while four players earned preseason all-SoCon honors, including reigning Player of the Year Isabella Gutierrez.
  • Furman ranks second in the SoCon in goals per game (2.00) and shots per game (21.62) …  The Paladins also lead the league in corner kicks per game (7.75).
  • Furman has won 14 of the 16 all-time meetings in the series, while the Bucs’ last win came in 2018, a 1-0 victory in Johnson City … The Bucs have never defeated Furman in nine tries in Greenville.


ETSU returns home next Friday to host Western Carolina at 7 p.m. in Summers-Taylor Stadium.

For more information on ETSU women’s soccer, visit ETSUBucs.com and click on the women’s soccer tab.