Tulsa, Okla. – The UCF women's soccer team dropped a 3-2 decision on the road against Tulsa on Sunday afternoon, the first loss of the Knights season. After opening the season with back-to-back shutouts, the Golden Hurricane's three goals are the first goals scored against UCF this spring.
Opening the high-scoring contest less than seven minutes in, Trescott Shamlou collected a pass from Sarai Linder to slot it past the Tulsa keeper for her first goal as a Knight. Tulsa responded in less than a minute with a goal of their own to level the score.
The Golden Hurricane added two more unanswered goals to hold a 3-1 lead through most of the second half. Katie Bradley netted her second goal of the year in the 80th minute of the match, but the Knights were unable to complete the comeback before the final whistle.
- Sunday's result is the Knights' first loss to Tulsa, moving the all-time record to 13-1-1.
- Despite the final result, UCF led Tulsa in shots (23-8), shots on goal (7-4), and corner kicks (13-5)
- Trescott Shamlou netted her first goal in Black & Gold with her seventh minute, go ahead goal to open the game.
- Tied for the lead on the Knights offense, Katie Bradley found the back of the net for her second goal in three games. Trescott Shamlou picked up an assist, her second of the year and leads UCF.
UCF will wrap up the two-game road trip at No. 23 Memphis on Sunday, Mar. 7. Kick-off is set for 1:30 p.m. ET at the Memphis Track and Soccer Complex. Attendance at Memphis matches this spring will be limited to player and staff guests.
TICKETING, MASKING & CAPACITY
The UCF Soccer Complex will allow 25 percent of total fan capacity at home matches this season. No ticket is required for entry as matches are free to attend. Masks are required and must be worn while in the venue and on campus.
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