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Women's Soccer - Thu, Sep. 26, 2013


LUBBOCK, Texas (September 26, 2013) – The Lubbock Christian University Lady Chaparrals look to build a win streak at home, as they host University of Texas of the Permian Basin for a non-conference contest Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

•    The Lubbock Christian University Lady Chaparrals aim for a second straight win and seek to improve on a 3-3-0 record.
•    LCU is coming into the game following a 3-0 win over Northwestern Oklahoma State University.
•    The Lady Chaps hit the road for a pair of area games following Thursday's game.
•    LCU is 3-1-0 at home this season and are 8-2-2 all-time at home under head coach Alex Denning.

•    The Lady Chaps are 21-7 all-time in non-conference games.
•    LCU swept the Heartland Conference Player of the Week honors, with Brooke Wendl claiming the Offensive honor and Lauren Story claiming the Defensive award. Wendl had a four-point performance Tuesday, with a goal and a pair of assists to play a role in all three goals of a 3-0 home win over NWOSU. Story co-leads the Heartland Conference collecting her third shutout of the season in Tuesday's win.
•    All six of LCU's games have resulted in shutout, with LCU claiming a trio of shutout wins.
•    LCU leads the Heartland Conference in shots (142) and shots per game (23.7). Individually, Wendl (30) and Jaime Boone (27) lead the conference in shots and shots per game (Wendl 6, Boone 5.4)
•    Under head coach Alex Denning, LCU is 8-1-0 at home in non-conference contests.

•    The Falcons enter the week 0-8 on the season.
•    UTPB fell 2-0 at home to West Texas A&M on Tuesday for their fourth shutout loss of the season.
•    The Falcons are 0-3 in true road games this season and they have been out-scored a combined 11-3 in those contests.
•    UTPB has four goals on the season and all four have come from four different individuals.

•    The Lady Chaparrals and Falcons have never met for a regular season contest.
•    The two squads will meet twice in 2013. A non-conference game scheduled for Thursday and then a Heartland Conference game scheduled for Oct. 7 in Odessa, Texas.