LSU Soccer Digital Game Program

LSU Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs


  • LSU is 16-3-1 in its last 20 overall dating back to 2020 SEC Tournament. LSU has outscored its opponents by a total of 43 to 12, and LSU has scored two or more goals in 13 of those 20 contests.
  • LSU team captains are Chiara Ritchie-Williams, Shannon Cooke, and Maddie Moreau
  • Tigers are ranked No. 5 in the United Soccer Coaches Top 25 Poll
  • LSU’s 28 goals through nine games rank as the 11th most in the NCAA this season. Tinaya Alexander (7) and Alesia Garcia (5) are the team leaders in goals scored. Molly Thompson (4), Athena Kuehn (3) and Maddie Moreau (2) have scored multiple goals while Meghan Johnson, Rammie Noel, Lindsi Jennings, Grace Haggerty, Jordan Johnson, and Wasila Diwura-Soale all have one apiece. The scoresheet shows a distribution of wealth for the Tigers offensively; LSU is a side that has numerous players that can put the ball in the net. LSU’s 11 goal scorers on the season are the third most in program history. In 2003, 14 different players scored, and in 2002 13 players scored.
  • Georgia holds the all-time series lead with 10 wins compared to LSU’s seven. There have also been three draws. The two teams last met in 2019 and Maddie Moreau, then a freshman, scored  her first career collegiate goal in the 86th minute to equalize things and earn LSU a 1-1 draw on the road. LSU downed Georgia the last time a match was hosted in Baton Rouge (2017) by a score of 2-1.
  • LSU has a record of 16-9-3 under head coach Sian Hudson through 28 games for a win percentage of .625. The Tigers are 13-1-1 all-time under Hudson when they score first, and listen to this next stat. In games where LSU scores two or more goals, which has happened 14 times in the 28 matches, the Tigers are 13-0-1.


  • First 200 fans through the gate get Rise And Roar t-shirts
  • The Tiger head in midfield is painted teal today to raise awareness for ovarian cancer. The Tigers will wear teal warm up shirts
  • A free postgame clinic will be hosted for kids 12 and under following the match. To register, visit

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