UF SOCCER

Florida shuts out Oklahoma State, 4-0


Published: Sunday, August 31, 2014 at 9:19 p.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, August 31, 2014 at 9:19 p.m.

STILLWATER, Okla. — The biggest offensive output of the season gave the University of Florida soccer team a 4-0 win Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon at the Cowgirl Soccer Complex.

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Former Buchholz standout Havana Solaun netted her first goal of the season on Sunday.

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No. 6 Florida got goals from four different players Sunday. The quickest UF goal of the season came at 2:11 when former Buchholz standout Havana Solaun scored her first of 2014. After bringing the ball along the endline, senior Tessa Andjuar's pass found Solaun above the penalty box. Solaun placed the ball in at the far post corner to put the Gators up 1-0.

Florida added another goal at 73:42 when Savannah Jordan put in the ball right at the near post, just beating OSU goalkeeper Rosa Medina who was trying to gain control of it. The assist came from Andujar — her second of the afternoon.

In the 87th minute, sophomore Brooke Sharp broke through the top of the Cowgirls defensive third and brought the ball into the box. Mirroring Sharp's run through the box was junior Brooke Smith. Sharp's left pass found Brooke Smith who scored from four yards at 86:42.

Then Sharp got a goal of her own with 36 seconds remaining. The pass from Pamela Begic found Sharp, who buried the ball from 21 yards.

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