No. 27 Georgia’s season came to a close Thursday, losing to No. 5 North Carolina 3-1.
The seventh-seeded Georgia Bulldogs welcomed the Samford Bulldogs to the Turner Soccer Complex on Nov. 11 and defeated them 2-0 to advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament.
On Monday, Nov. 7, No. 27 Georgia received a bid to the 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship. This is Georgia’s first berth in the tournament since 2014.
In a tight contest, sixth-seeded Georgia fell in a 4-1 penalty shootout to second-seeded and No. 13 South Carolina, ending its SEC tournament run.
In their first match of the SEC tournament, sixth-seeded Georgia overcame third-seeded and No. 21 ranked Tennessee on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2-0.
Georgia soccer walked away with a point in their final regular season game on Thursday night, drawing 1-1 with an evenly matched Mississippi State squad to solidify a first-round bye for the SEC Tournament quarterfinals on Tuesday.
The Georgia soccer team traveled to Lexington, Kentucky to take on Kentucky and defeated the Wildcats 3-0.
Georgia’s new starting goalkeeper, freshman Jordan Brown is off to a hot start.
In her first two collegiate appearances, the Las Vegas native has pulled off two shutouts, six total saves and propelled the Bulldogs to two straight wins.
Georgia soccer defeated Ole Miss 1-0 in the Bulldogs' final home game of the season.
Georgia soccer has had a rough last few years. Athletic director Josh Brooks decided to make a change this year and brought in head coach Keidane McAlpine from the University of Southern California to lead this group of young players. Part of this young core is goalkeeper Liz Beardsley.
The Georgia soccer team got back in the win column after three matches as they defeated Missouri 2-0 at the Turner Soccer Complex.
Georgia soccer suffered a 2-0 loss to No. 19 Tennessee after a mostly tight contest.
Following an early setback, Georgia soccer battled back to earn a point on the road, finishing with its first draw of the season 1-1 against Vanderbilt Thursday night.
A hard battle ended in defeat for Georgia soccer Thursday night, as the Bulldogs fell 2-1 to the No. 5 Alabama Crimson Tide at the Turner Soccer Complex.
Georgia soccer's impending matchup with No. 6 Alabama has been moved up a day due to the threat of inclement weather from Hurricane Ian. The game will now be played on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m.
The Georgia soccer team earned its first victory in Gainesville, Florida, on Sunday, defeating Florida 3-0.
Georgia soccer fell to eighth-ranked South Carolina in a close, competitive match, 1-0.
In 2018, the University of Georgia soccer team added 11 freshmen. From as far as New Jersey and Texas or as close as Atlanta, each player came to compete for Georgia soccer. Today, only three of those players remain. Graduates Dani Murguia, Abby Boyan and Cecily Stoute have stuck around for a fifth season with the Bulldogs.
Following Georgia’s win over Texas A&M on Friday, junior midfielder Dasia Torbert was named the SEC’s Co-Offensive Player of the Week. This marks the UCLA transfer’s first award in the SEC.
Georgia soccer started its SEC schedule out strongly with a 3-2 win over Texas A&M on Friday, Sept. 16. This win marks head coach Keidane McAlpine’s first win in the SEC.
After another impressive display of intensity and composure, Georgia soccer closed out its non-conference slate with a win on Sunday, defeating South Florida 2-0 at the Turner Soccer Complex.