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Razorbacks Host St. Louis On Friday

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Press Release University of Arkansas:

The University of Arkansas soccerteam will attempt to build onto its 2-0 record on Friday by playing host to theSt. Louis Billikens (1-1). The match is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. atRazorback Field.

 

"StLouis will be a great test," head coach ColbyHale says. "They are athletic, well coached and work extremelyhard. We are in a good place and I believe the team is up for the challenge."

 

Arkansas began the season bysweeping its opening weekend opponents Kansas and SMU. The Razorbacks defeatedthe Jayhawks by a score of 1-0 off of an early goal by sophomore forwardAshleigh Ellenwood. SMU was the next opponent to be taken down by theRazorbacks by a score of 3-2 in the second overtime period. Arkansas will alsofeature the reigning Southeastern Conference Player of the Week in junior AllieTripp.

 

The Billikens come into the matchhaving a 1-1 record with a win over Western Michigan and a loss to Depaul by ascore of 4-0. This will be the first matchup between the Razorbacks and theBillikens.

 

The Razorbacks will continuetheir weekend on Sunday by traveling to Springfield, Mo., to play MissouriState on Sunday, Sept. 1. That match is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. (CT).

 

For more information on ArkansasSoccer, follow @RazorbackSoccer on Twitter.

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