USF Women's Soccer

USF women’s soccer falls to Uconn in the AAC semifinals |

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USF fell 2 to 0 in the AAC tournament semifinals, dropping their record to 13-4-2 on the season. The offense could not get going as the tournament came to an end for the Bulls.

The Bulls went down 1 to 0 in the 37th minute on a goal from Rachel Hill (her 14th of the season), putting the Huskies ahead 1 to 0 going into the break. The Bulls had just 2 shot attempts to 9 for the Huskies while Kat Elliott made 5 saves in the first 45 minutes of the game.

In the 2nd half, the Huskies extended their lead to 2 to 0 in the 50th minute on a goal from Stephanie Ribeiro, her 20th (!!) for the season. Kat Elliott had 7 saves for the Bulls while Leticia Skeete and Evelyne Viens each totaled 3 shot attempts a piece (10 to 15 in shot attempts overall). USF just could not get the offense going throughout this game and even in the last one.

USF will now have to watch and wait for the NCAA selection show to see if they continue their season on November 7th. I think they should but you just never know.

by Matt Staton Columnist | @USFMatt

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