Florida continues to struggle in SEC play.
Though the Gators were more productive than usual on offense, the defense could not keep Vanderbilt out of the goal.
The gators tied for the second most goals in this game with two. Madison Young scored Florida’s first goal on a free kick in the 24th minute.
Later, Vanderbilt helped the Gators out by giving them their own goal in the 70th minute.
Even with the help, the Vanderbilt Defense was too much.
Vanderbilt had no mercy for the Gator goalkeeper Francesca Faraci. Raegan Kelley was a star as she scored her 27th career goal and scored two goals in the game.
The Commodores were very efficient in taking shots at the goal, as they took 14 shots and scored five.
The Gators have the worst record in the SEC, as they are currently 2-12-1.
Vanderbilt is second only to Tennessee in the SEC East and has the second-best record only behind Alabama.
Vanderbilt will host Mississippi State on Sunday as they look to win their third game in a row.
The Gators will travel to Tuscaloosa to take on the best team in the SEC, the Alabama Crimson Tide.