WILMINGTON, North Carolina – It will be a short turnaround for the UNCW men’s soccer team when they host longtime rival Campbell on Tuesday in a 7 p.m. kickoff at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

The Seahawks enter the contest looking to halt a brief two-game skid that was extended on Saturday following a 2-0 setback at UNCG. The Camels, meanwhile, are also looking to snap a skid of their own that reached four when Charlotte blanked CU, 3-0.

Despite the loss at UNCG, the Seahawks outshot their opponents, 15-11, and held the better of play for a majority of the evening. Trailing 1-0, David Sizemore nearly drew the Seahawks even in the 81st minute, but the cross to him was deflected and he wasn’t able to get much pace on his shot and it sailed just high of the cross bar.

The Camels have struggled offensively, having been shutout in each of their last three games.

The UNCW-CU series has been played 47 times with the Camels holding a 26-20-1 advantage in the series. The two have played every season since 1994 and the rivalry is the most played in UNCW’s history.

The Seahawks head back on the road for their next three matches beginning with Charleston on Saturday in the Colonial Athletic Association opener for both sides.