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This next week students will only have one chance to get out to some home games, with just women’s soccer staying at home. For fans able to travel a short distance, the softball team will be playing in St. George.

Soccer will start off the weekend on Friday with a game against the University of Idaho Vandals on the Thunderbird Soccer Field at 4 p.m.

The Thunderbirds are currently ranked in tenth place in the Big Sky Conference with a 0-2 conference record and a 1-9 overall record.

The Vandals are in ninth place in the Big Sky with a 0-1-1 conference record and a 4-5-2 overall record.

Southern Utah last played Idaho on Oct. 23, 2016 in Moscow, Idaho, and lost 0-4.

The SUU softball team will play the University of Utah Utes on Saturday as the home team on Karl Brooks Field in St. George at 11 a.m., and the Dixie State Trail Blazers as the away team at 1 p.m.

Since this is not regular season play for softball, there are currently no Big Sky softball rankings. The Thunderbirds have previously played a doubleheader against Snow College at home on Sept. 16, winning the first game 11-3 and losing the second game 5-6. A doubleheader against the Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartans on Sept. 23 was cancelled.

The Utes have had one game against the Idaho State University Bengals that was postponed due to inclement weather. They will now open their fall season against the Weber State University Wildcats on Sept. 28. SUU last played The U in Salt Lake City on March 16, 2016 in a doubleheader, with SUU losing both games 12-4 and 11-1.

The Trailblazers will be opening their fall season against the Thunderbirds on Saturday. SUU last faced DSU on March 22 in St. George with SUU losing 5-4.

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Story By
Haleigh Clemens
sports@suunews.com

Featured Photo Courtesy of SUU Athletic Strategic Communications

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