There was one thing on the UConn women’s soccer team’s mind this weekend: Leave Florida with a point. They were able to do just that by forcing UCF to a draw Sunday. UConn (6-8-2, 2-5-1 The American) had two hours in the car and a stop at forward Regan Schiappa’s house to think about their 2-1 loss to USF Thursday. The result: a 0-0 tie with UCF (8-2-4, 3-1-2 The American).
The UConn men’s soccer team took its third straight game to overtime after a hard-fought 90 minutes against Providence. Unfortunately, the negative trend continued for the Huskies as they lost once again at home, extending their winless streak to five games, their longest stretch without winning a game since 2015.
The UConn men’s soccer team settled for a 2-2 draw against Dartmouth at Burnham Field Tuesday night in Hannover, New Hampshire. Senior forward Jordan Hall opened the scoring and junior midfielder Ahdan Tait notched his first goal of the season to double the lead, but the Huskies allowed the Big Green to score a pair of late second half goals to scrape out the tie.
The offense for the UConn women’s soccer team was held stagnant again on Sunday, as the team failed to score a goal for the second consecutive game.
Despite a hard-fought 90 minutes, the UConn men’s soccer team was once again unable to convert their chances to points against USF, losing their first conference matchup 2-1. As the halfway point of the season approaches, the Huskies are in desperate need of a change if they hope to salvage something this year.
The UConn women’s soccer team lost Sunday, but it was by no means the fault of goalkeeper Randi Palacios. She played out of her mind for the whole game, setting a new career high in saves with 10.
Barcelona needed late goals from Leo Messi and Luis Suarez to steal a point at lowly Villareal. Messi scored an incredible free kick from just outside the box in the 90th minute before Luis Suarez equalized with a rebound strike off a corner kick three minutes later to earn first place Barca a draw.