On Thursday, GSU (1-5-1) will play its first home game in almost a month when they lost 1-0 to Liberty on Aug. 30.

The Panthers are coming off a weekend that saw them gain their first victory of the season. On Friday they beat Seattle University 2-1, before battling to a 1-1 draw in two overtimes against the 6th ranked Washington Huskies on Sunday.

For the season, GSU has combined to score only six goals in seven games while being outshot 100-66.

Senior midfielder Jamal Keene leads the team with three goals and six points. All of Keene’s goals have come in three of the last four matches for the Panthers.