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Soccer’s Trip To South Florida Cancelled, Hosting SEMO On Friday

September 6, 2017

Soccer’s Trip To South Florida Cancelled, Hosting SEMO On Friday

With Mississippi State’s contest at South Florida being cancelled, the Bulldogs will host Southeast Missouri State Friday at 11 a.m. at the MSU Soccer Field. Admission to the match is free.

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State’s soccer match at South Florida that was scheduled for Thursday evening has been cancelled due to approaching inclement weather from Hurricane Irma, USF officials announced Thursday.

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STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State’s soccer match at South Florida that was scheduled for Thursday evening has been cancelled due to approaching inclement weather from Hurricane Irma, USF officials announced Thursday.
 
In place of the match against the Bulls, State will host Southeast Missouri State on Fri., Sept. 8, at 11 a.m. at the MSU Soccer Field.
 
There will be no video stream for the game, but fans can follow live stats at hailstate.com.
 
The Bulldogs improved to 5-0 under first-year head coach Tom Anagnost with a 6-2 win against Colgate in a Senior Day match last Sunday. The Maroon and White scored five of its six goals in the first half, with A.K. Ward and Gracie East scoring two goals apiece. Brooke McKee got the Bulldogs’ scoring barrage started with a goal 40 seconds into the contest—the third-quickest score to open a match in program history.
 
The Redhawks come to campus 3-3 on the season after suffering a 2-0 setback at Missouri State and a 1-0 decision to Louisville last weekend.
 
State wraps the weekend at home Sunday with a 1 p.m. kickoff against South Alabama. That match will be streamed live online on SEC Network +.
 
Promotions for Sunday’s match include a TV Dinner giveaway in honor of National TV Dinner Day.
 
For more information on the Bulldog soccer program, follow on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by searching for “HailStateSOC.” You can also find all-access coverage of the program on SnapChat by searching for “HailStateSnap.”

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