Led by the fantastic play of junior Tara Schwitter, Miami (9-6-3, 4-4-2 ACC) rose to the challenge, outplaying the top-ranked Seminoles (15-2, 8-2) en route to a 1-0 victory, with the lone goal coming in the 89th minute.
The No. 9 ranked team in America came into Cobb Stadium and outplayed the Hurricanes for most of the 90 minutes. Caroline Miller scored two goals for UVA in a 3-0 victory, moving the Cavs to 11-3-1 (4-2-1 ACC) on the season.
Coming off a pair of one-goal losses to ACC foes, Miami looked to have a great chance to bounce back in a big way on Friday night. The Roadrunners of UT-San Antonio came to Cobb Stadium with just one win on the season, but they gave the ‘Canes all they could handle and nearly forced a draw.
In the first half of its Friday night match against the visiting Idaho Vandals, the UM women’s soccer team simply could not finish. The Hurricanes had 11 shots in the first frame, including three superb chances in the first four minutes of the contest.
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She’s hard at work by 7 a.m. every morning day in and day out. The UM Women’s soccer team does more before most students are even out of bed. Two solid hours of hard work, drills, conditioning, and shots drills.
For the first time since back-to-back appearances in 2007 and 2008, the Hurricanes soccer team will be returning to the NCAA tournament.
Neither torrential rain nor driving wind could dampen the Hurricane spirit as the University of Miami soccer team closed out their home season with a hard-fought over Maryland. Sunday’s victory, following a 3-2 upset with over Boston College Thursday closed out the Hurricane’s homestand with just two losses on the season at Cobb Stadium.
Seventy games played, three hundred and nine saves, twenty-six shutouts, six thousand three hundred and sixty-four minutes recorded in goal, and counting.