Lais Araujo may have been the player to snap the Gators’ scoreless streak against Vanderbilt, but a heartbreaking loss left her unsatisfied with the feat.
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Coach Becky Burleigh insisted that her Florida team would be starting with a clean slate as it headed into SEC play before its match against Vanderbilt on Sunday.
The net behind Vanderbilt goalkeeper Taiana Tolleson gently swished. The interlacing nylon in front of Florida’s offense hadn’t so much as shivered in its previous 677 minutes and 14 seconds.
Midfielder Parker Roberts said ahead of tonight’s game that “defense wins championships.” As UF has now remained entirely scoreless since August 19th, the team’s offense is still struggling to discover how to merely win matches.
Florida soccer made history on Sunday, but not the kind that would warrant a press release.
Death, taxes and a scoreless Gators offense.
The Gators, however, didn’t fare any better on the scoreboard. Lackluster offense and stellar defense were the only two takeaways in a scoreless draw between the Bruins (2-1-0) and the Gators (2-1-2) on Friday.
With zero goals in its last two games, Florida’s soccer team has been hit with a major offensive lull. With the No. 2 team in the nation heading to Gainesville on today, the Gators (2-2) will have to play to their full potential if they’re going to end their scoring drought against the Bruins (2-0).
“The Hangover” could take a lesson from the way Florida struggled last weekend.
Two games in three days is not typically an ideal scenario for a soccer team.
“They were a probably a little better than we were expecting.”
UF coach Becky Burleigh isn’t fooled by Ohio State’s record.
Freshman Cassidy Lindley has propelled the Gators during their two-game winning streak to start the season. The rookie midfielder was credited with an assist on Florida’s first goal in its 2-1 win against Washington in the season opener.
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.
Coming off its first Elite Eight appearance in three years, the UF soccer team is showing no signs of slowing down heading into the 2018 season.
The last time the world saw the UF women’s soccer team, it was shut out in a 2-0 loss against SEC rival South Carolina in the NCAA quarterfinals.Now, with 10 of their starting players back on the roster, a No. 7 ranking in the