Memphis, Tenn. – The UCF women's soccer team (8-7-1, 3-4-1 AAC) saw it's American Athletic Conference Championship journey come to an end after a 2-0 loss on the road at Memphis (12-4-1, 5-3-0 AAC) in the first round of the tournament Sunday afternoon.
Although trailing 10 shots to one in the first half, the Knights took a scoreless draw into the halftime thanks to a pair of Caroline DeLisle saves.
The Tigers offense continued to control the match and took their first lead of the game from a 57th minute goal from Jocelyn Alonzo. Just over 10 minutes later, Memphis extended the lead to 2-0 from an Aubrey Mister goal that snuck past UCF goalkeeper Caroline DeLisle.
Kristen Scott put the first UCF shot on goal in the 74th minute, and was just the second shot in the contest for the Black and Gold.
- UCF moves to (10-13-1 current) all-time against the Tigers. The loss marks the fifth straight loss against Memphis.
- Memphis led the Knights 20-2 in shots, while UCF only put one shot on goal compared to the Tigers eight. Memphis also took seven corner kicks to UCF's one.
- UCF finished the game with a season low two shots and one shot on goal.
- Kristen Scott finishes the season with 10 goals on the year, the most in a single season
- Caroline DeLisle now has 161 career saves, ranking No. 8 in all-time in the UCF record books.
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