- Mountaineers set to face Radford in a non-conference soccer match
- Mountaineers have recorded four consecutive shutouts
- Radford looking to bounce back after a loss to Tennessee
After four consecutive clean sheets, the Appalachian State Mountaineers are looking to continue their impressive non-conference season as they face off against the Radford Highlanders on Sunday. The clash between these two teams will take place at 2 p.m. and will be broadcasted on ESPN+. App State’s last match was canceled due to weather, but they recorded a victory on senior day against FGCU, with Izzi Wood, Lela Stark, and Reagan Sturgill all scoring goals. The Highlanders, coming off a loss to Tennessee, have a 3-3-1 record and will be a tough opponent for the Mountaineers. This is the 15th meeting between the two teams, with Radford holding the all-time advantage with 8 wins. App State boasts a strong defense, ranking in the top-10 nationally in various categories. The Mountaineers have won three of their five games this season and are on a four-game shutout streak, matching a program record. They have also shown an improvement in their offensive performance, taking an average of 14.6 shots per game. After the clash with Radford, App State will face Liberty, who are currently on a 19-game unbeaten streak.
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