The Red & Black analyzes the weaknesses that led to Georgia soccer's middling 2019 campaign.
Amid the cancellations and suspensions brought on by COVID-19, many sports lovers are feeling at a loss for good content that isn’t a Super Bowl rerun. That being said, now is the perfect time to binge some iconic sports movies, especially those centered around the world’s favorite sport — soccer.
The Georgia soccer team was defeated 1-0 by No. 8 South Carolina on Tuesday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament at the Orange Beach Sportsplex. The loss eliminated the Bulldogs from the tournament.
UGA soccer defeated Florida after a goal scored in the final minutes of the game propelled the Bulldogs to a 1-0 victory over the Gators at the Turner Soccer Complex.
UGA soccer's Cecily Stoute, Caroline Chipman and Kayla Bruster have started all but one game together in the past two years and have established themselves as a steadfast last line of defense for the Bulldogs.
UGA and Kentucky each had an unconventional goal in Friday night’s match at Turner Soccer Complex, resulting in a draw after two periods of extra time.
After 99 scoreless minutes of regulation and overtime play, Georgia soccer beat Mississippi State with a sudden death goal in Starkville, Mississippi, on Sunday night, 1-0.
The Georgia soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss to Tennessee Thursday night after committing 19 fouls, including one in the box to give the Volunteers a successful penalty kick opportunity in Knoxville.
The Georgia soccer team fell to Vanderbilt 1-0 Friday night at Turner Soccer Complex. The game was scoreless until the 52nd minute when Madi Allen scored for Vanderbilt.
An early goal seemed to set the offensive tone for the Georgia women’s soccer team Thursday night, but an effective opposing goalkeeper and imprecise chances in front of the goal were enough to keep the Bulldogs from a win over the LSU Tigers.
Chloe Chapman, a freshman dual athlete at Georgia, received her first basketball scholarship in sixth grade.
Sunday afternoon’s match against Furman at Turner Soccer complex was more than just a 2-0 win. For Keely Cartrett, Daria Stan and Jessie Harvey, it was senior day.
The Georgia soccer team dropped its first conference game against South Carolina Friday night on the road. The Bulldogs were unable to block the Gamecocks’ penalty opportunities and shots on goal, falling 3-0 in Stone Stadium.