TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Continuing a three-game stretch of playing SEC opponents, No. 15/8 Florida State (3-1-0) will host Kentucky (2-2-0) on September 3 for a match beginning at 1:00 p.m. at the Seminole Soccer Complex.
The Wildcats will host Louisville on September 1, prior to traveling down to Tallahassee for Sunday’s game.
“Kentucky has a new coach and a new system and style of play,” said FSU head coach Mark Krikorian. “I think it will be very good game and they have some very talented kids. They are really trying to possess the ball and keep the ball and look quite organized in the way they defend. Hopefully we’ll come out and have a better performance than we did last Sunday, and are better for having learned some lessons this week.”
The game with Kentucky will be the first meeting between the two schools. In their last 17 matches against SEC opponents, dating back to 2010, the Seminoles have posted a 14-3 record, including a 9-1 mark in home matches.
Florida State is 69-1-3 in its last 73 total home matches, dating back to 2011. The only loss during that span was to Florida on September 5, 2014 (2-1). The Noles are currently on a 35-match unbeaten streak at the Seminole Soccer Complex, holding a record of 34-0-1 and outscoring their opponents, 104-7.
Admission is free for all home regular season games and live stats will be available at Seminoles.com. The Florida State players will also be conducting an autograph session following the match on the concourse.
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