Coming into the game with an overall record of 6-4, FGCU women’s soccer hopes to continue their three game win streak at home.
The Eagles will stay home to take on NJIT at the FGCU Soccer Complex Sunday, Oct. 2 at 1 p.m.
The Highlanders come into the match with an overall record of 5-4-2 and have struggled in September with four straight loses.
The last time these two conference teams met was once on Oct. 18 with a score favoring the Eagles, 6-0. Up until last year, these two teams hadn’t met and competed against each other in over five years.
With only one conference win under their belt, the NJIT Highlanders hope to pick up number two against the Eagles at home, while FGCU hopes to keep their momentum and come out on top, raising their win streak and overall record.