“I think the last 20 minutes of the game you saw a lot of urgency, and for 70 minutes we lacked that,” Barnes said. “I didn’t feel like we were relentless tonight, I thought we were a little bit reactive.”
Sophomore midfielder Katerina Molina scored the game-winning goal in the second half, junior goalkeeper Melissa Dagenais registered two late saves and Miami outlasted Florida Atlantic, 1-0, on Sunday.
“I think we created a number of chances that were inches from being a different outcome for sure,” Miami head coach Sarah Barnes said.
Scoring the most goals of the season with four on Sunday night, the Miami Hurricanes defeated the Florida International Panthers 4-0 for its first win of the 2020-21 season at Cobb Stadium.
The Miami Hurricanes lost to the Syracuse Orange 1-0 in their second to last match of the 2020 season on Thursday night. The loss marked the seventh time Miami (0-8, 0-7 ACC) has not scored a goal this year as the team has yet to win.
With two more matches remaining in the 2020 season, there is not much to say about the Miami Hurricanes, seven matches through Atlantic Coast Conference play. The Hurricanes sit at 0-7 and have been outscored 27-2 through those matches.
The Miami Hurricanes fell again in Atlantic Coast Conference action, dropping a 0-6 result against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Cobb Stadium Sunday afternoon in front of 40 friends and family members of players. Through three ACC games in 2020, UM has been outscored 0- 12.
The Miami Hurricanes opened their season with a 3-0 loss at the hands of the Louisville Cardinals.
Fall Olympic sport athletes have been in limbo for nearly a month since the ACC announced its 2020 football schedules. But the wait is over as the ACC announced Friday the schedules for fall Olympic sports, impacting Miami's women's soccer, volleyball and cross country programs, who are set to get their respective 2020 campaigns under way.
A pair of UM goals that bookended halftime gave the home team the lead in the second half, but a UNC equalizer and game winner in the waning minutes of the game would give the Tar Heels a 3-2 win.
Coming off an upset win last Thursday against #15 Clemson, the Canes were hoping to keep the strong momentum into this match, which seemed to be the case when Miami opened with two promising advances forward.
The Florida State Seminoles, defending national champions, proved to be too strong for the Canes who fell in a 0-3 loss.