NATCHITOCHES – The Northwestern State football team will look to continue their recent success against ULM as the Warhawks tour the Lady Demon football complex at 6 p.m. on Sunday.
NSU (0-3-2) have won three of the last four meetings against ULM (3-0) with the last two wins at three goals.
Senior winger Kalee williams scored two goals in NSU’s 3-0 win over ULM last season as Kyle nolen added his first career goal to explain the Lady Demons tally.
NSU is 16-8 against the Warhawks.
After facing back-to-back American Conference opponents, the Lady Demons face a ULM team in search of their second 4-0 start in program history.
To open the season, the Warhawks allowed nine shots or less against their first three opponents (Texas Southern, Central Arkansas, Grambling State).
“We have to find ways to score, and Monroe won’t let us do that easily,” said the head coach. Stuart gore noted. “We have to break this cycle on Sunday night somehow.
“We are eager to find shots on target, to create opportunities, and I hope a few fall.”
Admission is free thanks to the Demons Unlimited Foundation, and the event will also be broadcast via a paid live stream on nsudemons.com.
Re-asserting dominance, Southland Goalkeeper of the Year Acelya Aydogmus’ seven saves against Louisiana Tech in a double overtime case secured the 0-0 draw for NSU. Aydogmus’ 16e the shutout of his career secured him second place in program history, three behind Tiffany Swingler (1998-01).
Tech’s shutout by NSU is the Lady Demons’ first this season after the defense set a single-season record of nine in a shortened 2020 season.
Kyle nolen leads NSU in offensive stats, scoring two goals on five shots. One of his two net wins came at No.23 Rice, as Nolen found a high opportunity right after a teammate’s throw-in. Caroline Hilliard.
After Sunday’s competition, NSU remains home to open the Southland Conference game, hosting the incumbent Southeast Louisiana champions on Friday and Nicholls on Sunday.