WILMINGTON, North Carolina - UNCW closes out a difficult roadswing Wednesday with a 7 p.m. start at Georgia State, a team that has made waves this season under the direction of second-year coach Brett Surrency.

The Seahawks dropped a pair of one-goal decisions last week, including a 3-2 loss at Old Dominion as UNCW battled back from a 3-0 deficit with two goals in the final four minutes to make it a wild finish. UNCW also dropped a 1-0 match at nationally-ranked James Madison earlier in the week. The Seahawks are 0-6 against teams that are ranked or have been so during the course of the season.

Georgia State carries an 8-3-1 mark overall and 2-2 in the league into Wednesday's game. The Panthers dropped their last outing at Northeastern, 1-0. GSU has ridden its defense to that tremendous record that includes wins over NC State and nationally-ranked William & Mary. Freshman CJ Cochran is presenting a solid case for CAA Rookie honors with 0.61 goals against average and four shutouts in eight starts. Offensively, Evan Scott has notched a team-best nine points on team-leading totals of three goals and three assists.

Against ODU, Shawn Guderian scored in the 87th minute and Daniel Roberts, who assisted on Guderian's goal, scored less than a minute later from the penalty spot to make it a one-goal game.

Roberts moved to the front of the squad with his goal and assist. His five helpers rank him in a tie for second in the Colonial Athletic Association. Roberts also moved into a tie for fourth all-time at UNCW with 18 assists.

The Seahawks return to the UNCW Soccer Stadium on Oct. 15, when they host Northeastern. Following the Georgia State match, UNCW will play four of its next six games at home.