USF (0-2-1) at
When: Tonight, 7
Where: Cobb Stadium
The USF women’s soccer team will continue to play away from home, traveling south for two games this weekend. The Bulls will play today at the University of Miami, then Sunday against Florida Atlantic University.
Today, the Bulls take on the Hurricanes – a team that holds a 2-1-1 record for the season. Miami is led by
Brittney Steinbruch. The true freshman leads the team with five goals, and ranks 11th in the nation with 1.25 goals per game.
The Bulls, who are feeling the effects of a tough schedule – USF has an 0-2-1 record, and has yet to score a goal – continue their season-long road trip with their trip to Boca Raton to play the Owls.
FAU is coming off of two consecutive losses at the FAU classic, dropping games to both Ball State and Northwestern.
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