The 2018-19 athletics season is upon us, finally. The University of Florida soccer program is the first to get underway as they will play an exhibition contest in Fort Myers against FGCU on Friday before beginning the regular season a week later.
On Tuesday, the Gators learned that they will enter the season as the #7 team in the United Soccer Coaches Poll.
The Gators return ten starters from a team that finished 17-7 a year ago and made a postseason run to the Elite Eight.
Head coach Becky Burleigh will once again be at the helm for Florida. Burleigh has accumulated a record of 407-110-32 in twenty-three seasons at UF.
Florida will get underway in regular season play on August 17 against Washington at Donald R. Dizney Stadium, where the Gators have moved into on a permanent basis.
Stay posted with Chomp Talk for all the latest on the University of Florida’s soccer program including a preview of the season prior to the season opener.