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Washington forward Kimberly Keever patiently waited on the near sideline in the Gators’ half of the field, holding the ball over her head, directing traffic to get her teammate in space for a throw-in. She hurled it a solid 20 yards, then watched as the ball bounced another 10 until it came within striking distance for fellow senior Shannon Simon.
The Florida soccer team is taking its new No. 2 ranking to Seattle this weekend to play in the Husky/Nike Invitational.
Gabby Seiler knows how to be versatile.
After a midfield volley from junior midfielder Sarah Troccoli found the control of Briana Solis’ left foot just 20 yards from goal, she couldn’t help but notice the streak of a white jersey cutting across the middle of the box.
Lais Araujo sprinted straight for the Florida bench. The UF midfielder leapt into the arms of her sidelined teammates and was surrounded by pink pennies just seconds after scoring the decisive goal against No. 1 Stanford.
Tonight’s clash at Dizney Stadium will feature two of the most talented rosters in collegiate women’s soccer as No. 1 Stanford (2-0) travels to No. 8 Florida (2-0).
Redshirt senior Gabby Seiler began her collegiate career as a Georgia Bulldog in 2013. She did not wait long to begin to make her name known in the soccer world.
Playing forward at the University of Florida means having to live up to the legacy of players like Abby Wambach and Savannah Jordan. But only two games into the season, Florida may have found a perfect fit in freshman Deanne Rose.
Knowing a golden goal ends the match, midfielder Gabby Seiler stepped up and scored on a penalty kick for Florida’s first goal of the season, securing the team’s first win Friday night in Boca Raton.
On Monday, Florida soccer coach Becky Burleigh announced that six athletes will be joining the Gators for the 2017 season.
As time expired at Dizney Stadium on Sunday afternoon, the Gators saw their hopes of an NCAA title evaporate at the hands of Auburn, which defeated Florida 3-1.
The golden goal came with less than four minutes in double overtime.
When redshirt junior Gabby Seiler transferred from Georgia to Florida in 2014, she was an attacking midfielder who put pressure on opposing defenses.
The Florida soccer team gained attention back in May when it unveiled its roster for the 2016 regular season.
Meggie Dougherty Howard raced down the right side of the field and into Florida Gulf Coast’s penalty box as teammate Samantha Chung sent her a through ball from 30 yards away.