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Women's Soccer Returns Home to Take on SMU

ORLANDO – The UCF women's soccer team will face off against American Athletic Conference rival SMU at home this Sunday, following a 2-0 victory against Temple on Thursday night. The match will kick off at 1 p.m ET at the UCF Soccer and Track Complex and will be streamed on ESPN+.
The Knights (3-2-4) haven't played a home match in 35 days, after Hurricane Ian forced the match against Cincinnati, originally scheduled for September 27th, to be postponed. The team went 1-1-2 on the four-game road trip, losing only to No. 2 UNC.
Goalkeeper Caroline DeLisle continued to dominate, as she stopped all five shots she faced and recorded her 22nd career clean sheet against Temple. The stellar performance from DeLisle gave the Knights their fourth shutout of the season.
In her first game back since September 28th, Kristen Scott notched an assist on Mallory Olsson's first goal, marking her seventh point of the year and her first assist in her senior season.
Olsson also shined in the match against Temple, recording both of the team's goals. This brace marked the third of her career and first of the 2022 campaign for the senior. The only other UCF brace this season was from Scott, who scored twice against FGCU on September 28.
In the 19 matches all-time against the Mustangs, the Knights lead 15-7-2, with 11 of those wins being shutouts. UCF has outscored SMU 45-24 in their all-time series.
SMU is currently 6-2-4, only dropping matches to ECU and USF. On the road, the Mustangs are undefeated, 1-0-4, after a 1-1 tie at Houston to start their two-game road trip on Thursday.
Julissa Cisneros leads the AAC with six goals and 13 total points, while the team and goalkeeper Samantha Estrada lead the conference in goals-against average, at 0.667 and 0.513 respectively.