USF (5-3-1, 2-1) at Seton Hall (5-5, 1-2)When: Today, 1p.m.Where: Lubetkin Field
The story: The women’s soccer team wraps up its longest road trip of the season starting today against Seton Hall. USF is coming off its first Big East loss, falling 3-0 to Connecticut on Sunday.
Bulls goalkeeper Casey Garrett is tied for third in the Big East with four shutouts, while Seton Hall has been shutout three times. Pirates goalkeeper Amanda Becker has allowed only nine goals while stopping 50 shots.
Sunday, the Bulls complete their tour of New Jersey against Rutgers (7-1-1, 2-0-1) in another pivotal Big East match. The Scarlet Knights are coming off a 1-1 tie with Villanova, snapping the Wildcats’ 10-game winning streak. Midfielder Alicia Hall leads Rutgers in goals (4), points (9) and is tied for second in assists (1). Both Rutgers and USF have scored nine goals in 16 games this season.
Keep an eye on: forward Ebony Robinson. The sophomore scored the game-winning goal against Providence to help USF to its second Big East victory. Robinson is third on the team in shots (14) and fourth in goals (2).
– Brendan Galella
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