LSU and Ole Miss renew the most competitive rivalry soccer in the Southeastern Conference at 1 p.m. Sunday at the LSU Soccer Stadium.

Fans have the opportunity to “Geaux Free!” as admission to each of LSU’s remaining four home games is free, compliments of The Advocate.

The Tigers (6-3-1, 1-0 SEC) are riding a six-game unbeaten streak, including a 5-1 victory over Mississippi State in their SEC opener Friday night. The win pushed LSU’s unbeaten streak at the LSU Soccer Stadium to six games dating to the 2010 season.

Midfielder Taryne Boudreau and sophomore striker Addie Eggleston led the LSU attack on Friday, with Boudreau scoring two goals and one assist. Eggleston added a goal and an assist.

Boudreau has matched her single-season career high with her team-leading five goals on the season, while Eggleston is the team leader with four assists.

Other goal scorers in LSU’s 5-1 win over the Bulldogs include senior Kellie Murphy with her third of the season and redshirt freshman Kaley Blades with her first of the season.

The Rebels (4-4-1, 0-1) are looking to snap a two-game losing skid after dropping their league opener on Friday night with a 2-1 overtime defeat to Arkansasin Fayetteville.

The Rebels also suffered a 4-2 setback against UAB in their nonconference finale on Sept. 17.

Midfielder Rafaelle Souza has a team-leading seven goals and five assists for Ole Miss. She enters Sunday’s match as the SEC’s leader with 19 points on the season, while her seven goals rank No. 2 on the league’s scoring list.

Women’s golf

LSU FALLS TO 12TH AFTER TWO ROUNDS OF MASON RUDOLPH FALL PREVIEW: In Franklin, Tenn., the LSU women’s golf team improved its score but fell in the standings after the second round of the three-day Mason Rudolph Fall Preview Saturday at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.

LSU posted a 12-over par 300 to stand at 27 over 603 after 36 holes and in 12th place.

Defending national champion UCLA became the first team to post an under par round of the tournament with a five-under 283 to move into first at 3-over 579. The Bruins have a six-shot lead over second-place Alabama with North Carolina in third at 588.

First-round leader Southern Cal fell to seventh after two rounds.

Sophomore Lindsey Gahm had the best round of the second day for LSU with an even par 72, while sophomore Austin Ernst rebounded with a 1-over 73.

Freshman Madeline Sagstrom posted a 4-over 76 and senior Tessa Teachman and junior Katrina Hegge had 5-over 77s.

With her even-par round, Gahm moved up 16 spots in the individual standings to a tie for 26th at 4-over par 148 (76-72).

Alabama’s Jennifer Kirby fired a 6-under 66 on the second day of the event to take the individual lead at 6-under par 138 (72-66).

Tulane is 15th after two rounds at 33-over 609 (309-300) with Samantha Troyanovich in a tie for 26th at 148 (75-73).

The final round is set for Sunday, starting at 7:30 a.m. Live scoring is available at through

Mason Rudolph Fall Preview

At Franklin, Tenn.

Second-round team results (Par 288-576)

1. UCLA 296-283 – 579 +3; 2. Alabama 296-289 – 585 +9; 3. North Carolina 298-290 – 588 +12; 4. Arizona State 293-296 – 589 +13; 5. Duke 304-286 – 590 +14; 5. Virginia 304-286 – 590 +14; 7. Southern California 293-300 – 592 +16; 8. Vanderbilt 296-297 – 593 +17; 9. Texas A&M 303-293 – 596 +20; 9. California 306-290 – 596 +20; 11. Florida 303-296 – 599 +23; 12. LSU 303-300 – 603 +27; 13. Georgia 310-294 – 604 +28; 14. Arizona 298-308 – 606 +30; 15. Tulane 309-300 – 609 +33; 16. Arkansas 304-306 – 610 +34; 17. Tennessee 303-308 – 611 +35; 18. Purdue 313-302 – 615 +39.

Individual Top 5 (Par 72-144)

1. Jennifer Kirby, Alabama, 72-66 – 138 -6; 2. Tiffany Lua, UCLA, 73-69 – 142 -2; 3. Justine Lee, Arizona State, 71-72 – 143 -1; 3. Lauren Stratton, Vanderbilt, 72-71 – 143 -1; 5. Emile Burger, Georgia, 75-69 – 144 E; 5. Lindy Duncan, Duke, 75-69 – 144 E; Sophia Popov, Southern Cal, 72-72 – 144 E.

LSU scores

T26. Lindsey Gahm 76-72 – 148 +4; T37. Madeline Sagstrom 75-76 – 151 +7; T45. Tessa Teachman 75-77 – 152 +8; T51. Austin Ernst 78-75 – 153 +9; T59. Katrina Hegge 77-77 – 154 +10

Men’s tennis

SKUPSKI EARNS DOUBLES TITLE AT THE USTA FUTURES: In Costa Mesa, Calif., LSU’s Neal Skupski and partner Chris Eaton defeated Daniel Cox and Adam Hubble to claim the doubles title at the USTA Futures Event on Saturday.

The duo won in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3, to clinch the title.

“This has been a very good week for Neal,” LSU assistant coach Danny Bryan said. “He won four consecutive matches to qualify for the singles main draw and he came out on top in doubles. Each match he improved. This was a great start to the year for Neal and gives him a lot of momentum going in to next week’s ITA All-American tournament.”

TIGERS END RUN IN SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIPS: In Athens, Ga., members of the LSU men’s tennis team came up short at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships on Saturday.

“The guys are fighting and giving it their all, and that is all we can ask for,” LSU coach Jeff Brown said. “This is what these fall tournaments are all about, learning what to expect and improving each time to prepare for the spring.”

After a walkover in singles consolation, James Turbervill will play today at 9:30 a.m.

The Tigers will compete in the ITA All-American beginning Oct. 3 in Tulsa, Okla.

Southern Intercollegiate Championships

Athens, Ga. (Dan Magill Tennis Complex)


Lucas Santana (Ga. State) def. Matt Zachary (LSU) 5-7, 6-3, 7-6 (3)

Hernus Pieters (Georgia) def. Olivier Borsos (LSU) 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 (9)


Louis Cant/Malte Stropp (Miss. State) def. Roger Anderson/James Turbervill (LSU) 8-5


James Turbervill (LSU) Walkover


Tanner Brown (Lipscomb) def. Roger Anderson (LSU)