USF seeks first win
The USF women’s soccer team will look to capture its first win of the season when it hosts Navy on Friday night at Corbett Stadium.
The Bulls (0-2) have been shut out in both games thus far in the early stages of the season. Navy (0-2) has been outscored 3-1 in their two losses this season, but was 16-5 last season.
The Bulls haven’t started a season 0-3 in the past 10 years and will now see if last year’s success at home will continue. USF was 8-0-3 at home last season, but lost the home opener this year to FAU.
Despite the Bulls’ past success at home, Navy won’t necessarily be at a disadvantage. Navy, who will have seven seniors this season, went 5-2 on the road last year.
The Bulls look to Olivia Chance and Demi Stokes, two of the Bulls’ top four scorers last season, to break their scoring drought.
The match begins Friday at 7:30 p.m.
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