- Kent State women's soccer team hosts Duquesne on Sunday in their last game before conference play
- Freshmen Josie Morgan and Alanna Raimondo leading Kent State's offensive attack
- Senior Day ceremony will be held before the game
The Kent State women’s soccer team will face off against Duquesne on Sunday, September 10, in their final game before conference play begins. The Golden Flashes are coming off a 1-1 draw against Arizona State, with Alanna Raimondo scoring the equalizer. Freshmen Josie Morgan and Raimondo have been leading the team’s offensive attack, each scoring two goals so far this season. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Melén has been impressive, tallying 200 career saves. Duquesne, currently 3-4-0, is led by Maya Matesa, Jaimi Araujo, and Brianna Moore. This will be the fourth-ever meeting between the two teams, with Kent State holding a 2-1 advantage in the series.
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