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Argos Tame the Tigers to Advance to GSC Championship

first_imgGAME STATS:  Senior Deneisha Blackwood got things started for the Argos in the 15th minute when she sent a rocket to the back of the net, just past the Goalkeeper’s reach to give the Argos the lead. Hannah Wooten played a perfect pass to Blackwood that set her up for the strike. In the 33rd minute Elizabeth Vickers scored off of a header to increase the Argonauts’ lead. Her header came off of a long throw in from Jessica Quixley.Esthefanny Barreras picked up her tenth shutout of the year, and has recorded a shutout in her last four games. She faced five shots on goal, and finished with five saves. West Florida outshot West Alabama 25-15. The biggest statistical difference in the match was the amount of corner kicks taken. UWF had a total of thirteen corner kicks, while the Argos’ defense held the Tigers to only two corners. Live Stats Preview MONTGOMERY, Ala. – West Florida defeated West Alabama 2-0 on Friday afternoon to improve their overall record to 19-0 this season. The Argos dominated time of possession throughout the game, and frustrated the Tigers’ offense that has been clicking on all cylinders as of late. The win means that the Argos will advance to the Gulf South Conference Tournament Championship on Sunday. Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Next Game: vs. Montevallo 11/4/2018 – 12:00 pm NEXT UP: The Argonauts will play in Montgomery, Alabama again on Sunday at Noon CT for the Gulf South Conference Championship. UWF will face seventh-seeded Montevallo at the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex. Montevallo upset #2 Mississippi College and #3 Lee University in the tournament to get to the championship game. West Florida beat Montevallo 3-0 earlier this season.For the latest information on West Florida women’s soccer, follow Argo athletics on Twitter @GoArgos.#ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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