Florida’s Gabby Seiler was named the Southeastern Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.
Seiler is a redshirt senior from Georgia and has scored in all four Gators contests this season.
Seiler has started every game in the Florida defensive end, but has shifted to the midfield and even the forward positions as needed.
Seiler scored the game tying goal against #1 ranked Stanford on Friday, and followed that up with a PK goal on Sunday against Syracuse.
Seiler and the Gators will travel to Seattle to face Washington on Friday.
Via the SEC release:
SEC Offensive Player of the Week – Florida’s Gabby Seiler, a senior midfleider from Peachtree City, Ga., has scored a goal in each of the Gators’ four matches this season, including the tying goal versus No. 1 Stanford and hitting a penalty kick versus Syracuse. She is one of nine Gators who have recorded four or more match scoring runs now 31 times in the program’s 23-year history. Seiler has started each match this season on Gator backline. Has pushed up to midfield in some matches this season. She is second among Florida’s field players with 325 minutes (averaging 81.25 minutes per match).Seiler leads Florida with 8 points off of four goal