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2020 LSU Soccer #GeauxTigers

LSU soccer was fortunate enough to compete in the fall of 2020, and the Tigers made the most of it with tons of improvement and tremendous promise that will carry over into 2021 under head coach Sian Hudson. LSU won two of its final three contests including a win over No. 14 Ole Miss en route to advancing to the SEC quarterfinals. The future is bright for LSU with a solid mix of key returnees and talented newcomers set to complete the LSU side in 2021. Twenty-nine of LSU's 30 points registered in the fall of 2020 are set to return to the squad in 2021.

LSU picked up wins over Alabama and 14th-ranked Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament in Orange Beach.

Mollee Swift made 18 saves in LSU's two wins at the SEC Tournament. Her save in the 20th minute against Alabama made SportsCenter Top 10.

Tinaya Alexander and Taylor Dobles were named to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week for their efforts as well. Dobles notched a brace against Alabama and Alexander's brace came against 14th-ranked Ole Miss.

Rammie Noel (left) and Maya Gordon (right) were named to the 2020 All-SEC Second Team for their efforts on the pitch this season. It was the first-career SEC honor for the both of them.

LSU had eight players make their debut for the Tigers this fall.

Top Row (L to R): Taylor Dobles, Mollee Swift, Wasila Diwura-Soale Second Row (L to R): Savannah Mills, Bella Zanotelli, Lauren Robles Third Row (L to R): Abby Smith, Jordan Johnson
  • Maya Gordon - 1,032
  • Reese Moffatt - 996
  • Shannon Cooke - 885
  • Tinaya Alexander - 11
  • Taylor Dobles - 8
  • Meghan Johnson - 3
  • Meghan Johnson - 3
  • Taylor Dobles - 2
  • Five Players w/ 1

Mollee Swift started 10 of 11 matches in net for the Tigers and made 54 saves on the season. She closed her LSU debut season with a save percentage of .794 and had a GAA of 1.32. The .794 save percentage ranked fourth in the SEC and 22nd nationally. Her first career clean sheet in an LSU uniform came on Nov. 13 against Alabama at the SEC Tournament.