Women’s Soccer Tripped Up at No. 18 Memphis

Memphis, Tenn. – Facing its first ranked team of the season, the UCF women's soccer team fell 1-0 on the road to No. 18 ranked Memphis at the Memphis Soccer Complex Sunday afternoon.
The UCF defense stifled a potent Memphis offense for much of the game – taking a scoreless tie into halftime. By the end of the contest Memphis took 21 shots, compared to the Knights seven. The Tigers found what would be the game-winning-goal in the 57th minute of the contest when Memphis' Grace Stordy found a loose ball off of a corner kick to score the only goal of the match.
Kristen Scott led a UCF offense, taking two shots, with one shot on goal. The only other shot on goal from the Knights came from Dayana Martin, her only shot of the contest.

  • Sunday's match was the first without a goal scored by the Knights since Oct. 27, 2019 at Cincinnati.
  • Caroline DeLisle made a season-high nine saves after seeing career-high 21 shots (10 on goal) from the Memphis offense.
  • UCF was out shot, with Memphis putting up a total
  • In a physical contest, Memphis out fouled the Knights 14-9.

The Knights will return home to the UCF Soccer Complex to host East Carolina on March 14, kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
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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