- Alexeis Kirnos scored a historic goal in the opening minute, giving Radford its first lead against a power conference opponent since 1994
- Despite their valiant effort, Radford came up just short in a 3-1 loss to Tennessee
- The team's head coach praised the fight and toughness shown by the players
The Radford women’s soccer team put up a valiant effort against Tennessee, with Alexeis Kirnos scoring a historic goal in the opening minute. It was Radford’s first lead on the road against a power opponent since 1994. Despite the strong start, Tennessee eventually came back with three goals to secure a 3-1 victory. Head coach Ben Sohrabi commended the team’s fight and toughness, and expressed pride in the team’s growth. Radford will next face Appalachian State in their upcoming nonconference schedule.
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