BELLEVILLE Lindenwood University-Belleville and Director of Athletics Scott Spinner has announced the 2015 fall schedule for women’s soccer.
The Lady Lynx will begin their second season in the American Midwest Conference (AMC) and are coming off a postseason appearance in 2014.
After a 2014 season that saw the Lady Lynx in the AMC Tournament, head coach Kelly Prince and the LU-Belleville look to continue that success in their second season in the AMC.
Beginning with three consecutive nonconference games, the Lady Lynx open up on the road at Missouri Valley College (Aug. 25) before playing their home opener against Bethel University (Aug. 29). The Lady Lynx will travel to Central Baptist College (Sept. 5) as their final tune-up before conference play begins.
AMC play will commence as the Lady Lynx welcome St. Louis College of Pharmacy (Sept. 9) in the first night game of the season, slated for a 7:15 p.m. start. Williams Baptist (Sept. 12) comes to Belleville before the Lady Lynx begin a five-game road trip beginning with Central Methodist (Sept. 16) and Greenville College (Sept. 22).
CONFERENCE ROAD TRIP
The Lady Lynx will then play three straight conference road games, beginning with Harris-Stowe State (Sept. 24) and Columbia College (Sept. 30). The Columbia match will serve as re-match of the opening round of the AMC Tournament, which was played as a night game in Columbia.
The road swing will conclude with a trip to Hannibal-LaGrange (Oct. 3).
Missouri Baptist (Oct. 7) comes to Belleville to conclude a four game conference stretch before the Lady Lynx travel to Principia (Oct. 10) for a non-conference affair. The Lady Lynx then host conference foe Stephens College (Oct. 13) before traveling to Ashford University (Oct. 17) for their final non-conference match of the season.
The season concludes with four conference games, beginning with a road game at William Woods (Oct. 21). The Lady Lynx then play host to Lyon College (Oct. 24) before traveling to Freed Hardeman (Oct. 27) for the final road game of the regular season. The regular season concludes as Park University (Oct. 31) comes to Belleville.