The LSU soccer team will continue its five-game road swing to start the season Monday in Raleigh, N.C., against North Carolina State as part of a doubleheader.

Monday’s match between the Tigers and the Wolfpack is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., while the N.C. State men will follow at 7 p.m. with a match against Virginia Military Institute.

“N.C. State is a tough and tested team from the powerful (Atlantic Coast Conference) that is playing with a tremendous amount of confidence right now early in the season,” LSU coach Brian Lee said. “It’s always a challenge going on the road and coming away with a (good) result. It’s important for our team to match the intensity we know we will see from NC State as they defend their home field tomorrow night.”

LSU (1-1) and N.C. State (3-0) will meet for just the second time. The Wolfpack won 2-0 in 1997 in Baton Rouge.

LSU features a diverse attack with four different Tigers accounting for the team’s four goals thus far. The Tigers are looking for their second-straight win following a 3-0 shutout of Louisiana-Lafayette.

The Wolfpack beat Old Dominion 4-1 and shut out Virginia Commonwealth and Navy both by 1-0 scores.

N.C. State is led by seniors Tonya Cain and Alex Berger, who each have two goals.

The Tigers follow Monday’s game with a trip to Houston to face Rice at 7 p.m. Friday. LSU will end its five-game road swing at Houston at 7 p.m. on Sept. 6.


ULM BLANKS SOUTHERN, 3-0: In Monroe, Louisiana-Monroe put on a dominating performance in the second half to surge by Southern on Sunday at the ULM Soccer Complex.

The Warhawks (2-1-1) controlled possession most of the match and outshot the Lady Jaguars 17-0 in the second half, including an 8-0 advantage in shots on goal. ULM held a 22-2 shots advantage in the match, and its defense kept Southern without a shot on goal for the entire match.

Kylie McIntyre scored off a corner kick in the 83rd minute to give the Warhawks a 2-0 advantage. And freshman forward Alyssa Wooden added her team-leading third goal of the season in the 88th minute.


CAJUNS BEAT USM: In Lafayette, Kayla Henrie scored twice Sunday, including an overtime game-winner, to send Louisiana-Lafayette past Southern Miss 3-2 at Ragin’ Cajuns Track/Soccer Facility.

Henrie’s two scores were part of a five-point effort to lead the Cajuns (2-1-1) to their second victory of the season.

USM’s Brooke Hendrix opened the scoring in the 10th minute. Henrie then netted her first goal of the game in the 13th minute.

Allyson Voisin scored from 20 yards away in the 45th minute to give ULL a 2-1 lead going into halftime.

Southern Miss wasted little time in the second half in evening the score. Jordan Wagner broke free before she buried a top-shelf goal to tie the game.

Cajuns keeper Amanda Moorefield was the star in the second half, making three crucial saves.

Henrie scored her final goal in the 95th minute on the USM far post.

ULL returns to action at 1 p.m. Sunday as they host Prairie View A&M.