UCF at No. 18 Memphis
1:30 p.m. ET | Sunday, Mar. 7 | Memphis, Tenn.
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Orlando, Fla. – The UCF women's soccer continues its two-game road trip with a stop at No. 18 Memphis on Sunday, March 7. Kick-off is set for 1:30 p.m. ET at the Memphis Track and Soccer Complex. Both squads enter Sunday's match up at 2-1, each coming off of their first loss of the year.
The Knights sit 10-11-1 all-time against No. 18 Memphis. Through three games apiece, both UCF and Memphis are averaging 2.0 goals per game, while the Knight have the edge on shots per game, 16.0 compared to 15.3 respectively.
The Black & Gold
- Despite falling 3-2 a week ago against Tulsa, UCF led in shots (23-8), shots on goal (7-4), and corner kicks (13-5)
- The last time UCF played a ranked team, they defeated No. 24 South Florida 1-0 in a War-on-I4 contest at the UCF Soccer Complex on Oct. 31, 2019
- For the third week in a row, the Knights were included in the weekly American Athletic Conference awards, as Trescott Shamlou was named to the Honor Roll
- Prior to the loss at Tulsa, goalkeeper Caroline DeLisle opened the 2021 slate with back-to-back shutouts and has 12 on her career so far
No. 18 Memphis Notables
- Welcoming the Knights on Sunday, No. 18 Memphis is 2-1 on the year, coming off their first loss of the season.
- Senior forward Clarissa Larisey and junior defender Kimberly Smit were named AAC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week respectively
- Senior goalkeeper Elizabeth Moberg was named to the weekly honor roll.
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