Kaylan Marckese’s sloppy pass sailed to midfielder Briana Solis in triple coverage just outside the penalty box.
At the official halfway point of the regular season, the Florida soccer team knows it has some holes to fill if it wants to compete for a national championship in two months.
When senior forward Savannah Jordan was asked about scoring the 72nd goal of her career, moving her up to No. 2 on Florida’s all-time career goal list, the first thing she did was give credit to her teammates.
Florida has been undeniably dominant against Arkansas in its program’s history, with UF entering this season a perfect 20-0 all-time against the Razorbacks.
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