Soccer Hosts Florida State on Senior Night
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami soccer team will conclude its 2018 regular season Thursday against ninth-ranked Florida State at 7 p.m. at Cobb Stadium.
The action between Miami and Florida State will be broadcast live on ACC Network Extra HERE, while live stats will be available HERE.
As is the case with all home matches entry to Thursday’s game is free to all fans. The first 100 students will receive pint glasses at the marketing table, which will also have team posters.
Prior to the game, Miami will honor its six seniors, goalkeeper Phallon Tullis-Joyce, defender Maisie Baker, midfielder Jamie Brunworth, defender Camie Kelton, goalkeeper Molly Lynch and defender Dalanda Ouendeno.
This match will mark the 19th time the Canes have faced Florida State, with the Seminoles leading the overall series, 15-3-0. In the most recent meeting, FSU earned a 1-0 victory on Sept. 18, 2016.
The Canes enter this season’s contest with a 5-9-3 overall record and 2-6-1 mark in the ACC.
In its last outing, Miami fell to third ranked North Carolina, 2-0, despite a historic afternoon for Tullis-Joyce. The redshirt senior goalkeeper set a new program mark with 17 saves in the match, while moving past Rachel Elsby for third on the Canes’ all-time saves list with 252.
As a team, 13 different Hurricanes have registered at least one point this season, with freshman Gudrun Haralz leading the team with 16 points (seven goals, two assists). The Kópavogur, Iceland, native’s seven goals ranks tied for ninth in the ACC and second among ACC newcomers. In conference action, the freshman’s four goals and pair of game-winning tallies rank tied for eighth and tied for fifth, respectively.
Florida State enters the contest tied for fifth in the ACC with 16 points (5-3-1) and a 12-3-2 overall record. The Seminoles have tallied 10 points over the past four contests, most recently taking down Pittsburgh, 4-0, last Thursday, before topping then-sixth-ranked Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., 2-0, on Sunday. Being named United Soccer Coaches National Player of the Week on Tuesday, Deyna Castellanos posted six points (two goals, two assists) last weekend, giving the junior a team-high seven goals and 19 points for the year.
The University of Miami – Coral Gables Campus has introduced an updated parking policy for the 2018-19 school year. Enforcement is now extended to seven days a week, 8 a.m. to just 11 p.m. PayByPhone and additional pay stations are available across all campus parking lots and garages to facilitate visitor parking.
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