UWF women’s soccer confident after win against Montevallo

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go site Student athletes filled the University of West Florida soccer complex bleachers Tuesday night, Sept. 22, to support the women’s soccer team in its home opener against the University of Montevallo Falcons.

viagra drug group song The Argonauts won 2-0, but it did not come easy.

generic viagra jokes new drug The Argonauts took the field with confidence, following victories against No.1 ranked Rollins College, 5-1, and Spring Hill, 5-0.

viagra and organic nitrates drugs “I try to take it game-by-game and do my best regardless of games before,” Kaley Ward, a junior who scored three of the Argos’ five goals against Rollins, said. “I take a lot of confidence knowing I have such a solid team behind me.”

follow site The first goal was scored 12 minutes into the first half, on an unassisted shot taken by Daryl Bell. It was the sophomore’s fourth goal of the season.

viagra overnight delivery The Argos did not score another first half goal, despite taking 17 shots. Their dominant first-half performance was marked by ball possession and a defense that was quick to force turnovers, which prevented the Falcons from taking a shot.

http://buy-generic-clomid.com/clomid_food_and_drug_interactions.html At halftime, the Gulf Coast Texans Club Team stormed the complex field to show off their skills. A few players from the men’s soccer team joined the young, aspiring soccer players on the field. After their 15 minutes of fame, it was time to start the second half.

Another six shots were taken before the Argos scored the final goal of the night. Bri Young scored, and was assisted on a corner kick by Ward. It was Young’s first goal of the season.

The Argonauts’ ball control continued in the second half, and resulted in a lopsided 29-3 shots-on-goal advantage for the game.

“I know the score could have definitely been more than what we put up,” Bell said. “We had 29 shots—the most we’ve ever had in a game. I still believe we played a good game, possessed the ball, and our defense didn’t give them any chances.”

The UWF women’s soccer team is now 5-1. Its lone loss of the season came against rival University of Tampa.

The Argos next home game will be Friday, Oct. 2, when they host Lee University at the UWF soccer complex.

For a complete schedule, visit goargos.com.