Florida Soccer continues to struggle after dropping five in a row. The Gators dropped a 3-0 decision against Georgia Sunday to 2-8 overall and 0-3 in SEC play
The Gators have been struggling to put the ball in the net as they have gone scoreless in their last two outings.
Florida has been outscored 22-10 through their first 10 games. It is a worse record than their first ten games last year where they were 3-4-3.
Georgia has had an offensive explosion in the second half as they had three goals in 10 minutes.
The Bulldogs were attacking the goal as they took 19 shots and had 19 shots on goal.
They got their first win in 16 attempts against the gators.
Florida really struggled in this game on the offensive side as they could only muster 4 shots for the game.
Alexa Goldberg did what she could at the net. She saved a season high six shots on goal. She now has 37 saves on the season.
Head Coach Samantha Bohon commented on her teams performance. “I don’t think we did a great job of rising to the opportunity. And we’ve got to figure out why because in a lot of other games they have…”
Florida now falls to the bottom of the SEC East as Georgia moves up to second.
A Look Ahead
Florida continues SEC play as they prepare for No. 10 South Carolina on Friday.
Georgia also plays on Friday as they will host No. 8 Alabama.