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Discussion in 'Lady Gator Sports' started by G8tr, Oct 31, 2013.
Lady Gators beat UGA 5-1 tonight to clinch at least a share of the SEC. Congrats!
A&M won tonight too, 3-2.
I guess its just a share then but still counts as a championship. The team seems to be playing very well at the right time. Hopefully it carries over to the postseason.
Got the #1 seed in the SEC tourney by virtue of the the H2H win over A&M last weekend. Play Missouri/Arkansas winner in the QF on Wednesday in Orange Beach.
Currently #11 in the all-important RPI. I think we'll get a top 16 NCAA seed regardless, but winning the SEC tourney could be huge to get into the top 8 and host the 2nd/3rd rounds. Otherwise, we'll probably get shipped to Tallahassee which would be tough.
Ladies are leading Arky 1-0 with 10 minutes left in the first half. Arkansas just hit a post and nearly tied it up.
1-0 final. UF moves to the next round
Whom will we play next?
Not the most impressive showing, but good to get the W.
Next up is  #22 Ole Miss on Friday @ 5 ET. I think it's on ESPN3. We beat them 4-1 on the road early in SEC play, so should be heavily favored. They won 2-0 over Ky in the late QF.
The other semi is  #21 Texas A&M vs  #9 South Carolina.
Won the SF 2-1 over Ole Miss. We got 2 early goals and I wasn't paying super close attention but it didn't seem like Ole Miss mounted much of a threat (not sure how they scored?) as their best player was away with the Brazilian NT.
Final on Sunday vs TAMU/SC winner. TAMU is leading 2-1 midway through the 2nd in that one.
Gators lead A&M 1-0 at the half. Game's on ESPNU.
Tied up 1-1
I guess Solaun, one of our best players, got injured in the first half? I missed it, but A&M really seems to be dominating the game right now. Seems like we will be lucky to hang on for PKs, much less win it outright.
A&M won 2-1. Will be curious to see where we get seeded now.
Just saw the replay of Solaun's injury - non-contact knee injury, most likely a torn ACL. Horrible timing for this team and really hurts any chances for success in the NCAAs.