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Friday, June 14, 2024

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SPORTS  |  SOCCER

Gators open season with win over Washington

A cool, light rain drizzled over the spectators and players in Gainesville as the Gators soccer team took on Washington in its season opener. The Gators might have felt the motivation of an opportunity to avenge last season’s 1-0 loss against the Huskies in Seattle.


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SPORTS  |  SOCCER

alligatorSports 2018 World Cup Predictions

With a matchup between France and Croatia set for the World Cup Final, our staff, which doesn’t know very much about soccer, is here to give you its predictions on which team it believes will come out victorious on Sunday. Our report consists of sports writers Chris O’Brien, Mark Stine, Andrew Huang, Brendan Farrell and Evan Lepak.


In her last home game as Gator, Gabby Seiler played all 104 minutes of the double-overtime thriller against Washington State on Sunday in multiple positions.
SPORTS  |  SOCCER

Do-it-all midfielder Gabby Seiler leading Gators into Elite Eight

Gabby Seiler was in obvious discomfort early in the first half of Sunday’s NCAA Tournament Round of 16 win over Washington State. Playing in a knee brace and only one day’s rest, the senior and UF team captain was favoring the leg she injured in an Oct. 22 win at Tennessee after a WSU defender tackled her from behind.


UF midfielder Mayra Pelayo scored the only goal of the game as Florida defeats USF, 1-0, Thursday night.
SPORTS  |  SOCCER

Gators soccer defeats USF in strong defensive showing

Just before halftime, Mayra Pelayo measured up a cross with her weaker left foot while a cluster of hungry Gators waited in the box. She miss-hit the pass with such perfection that it arched over the heads of everyone in the area and into the top corner. Goal, Florida.


UF forward Melanie Monteagudo scored her first goal of the season on Friday against South Alabama in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
SPORTS  |  SOCCER

Gators soccer defeats South Alabama, advances to NCAA Second Round

Freshman Madison Alexander waited patiently inside the South Alabama box as midfielders Gabby Seiler and Sarah Troccoli traded passes. Seiler found space on the left flank and served a cross towards the six-yard box. Alexander jumped all over Seiler’s ball, placing it past goalkeeper Justice Stanford to open the scoring in the 34th minute.



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