first_imgUWF came out strong against the host with a shot from Deneisha Blackwood after just three minutes to test Eagles goalkeeper Jacqueline Burns. Blackwood ends her junior season ranking seventh in the GSC in points per game (1.06) and total goals (9). Thompson led the conference with 10 assists and Leonie Kreil’s nine assists ranked third. Kreil and Quixley each ranked 10th in the league with eight goals. With just two minutes left in the game Carson-Newman would add a second after a cross Alex Brandan found the head of Mosengo for her second of the game. Shantell Thompson’s shot in the 17th minute again tested the Eagles’ defense forcing another save from Jacqueline Burns. Jessica Quixley’s added her own attempt with a shot in the 23rd minute with another save from Burns. Carson-Newman bounced back in the second half with a goal from Magda Mosengo in the 55th minute to put the Eagles up 1-0. West Florida ends its season with the most wins (17) and goals (61), and the best average margin of victory (1.62 goals per game) in the Gulf South Conference. However, the best chance of the half for UWF came off of a free kick in the 40th minute. Shantell Thompson stepped up a whipped a shot from just outside the right side of the 18-yard box. The shot curled past the outstretched arms of CNU keeper Jacqueline Burns but deflected off the post. UWF won its second consecutive South Region Championship on Friday, advancing past No. 6 Lee, and it was West Florida’s fourth South Region Championship in the last six years. With 17 wins in the 2017 campaign, the Argonauts won at least 15 matches for the 14th time in 16 full seasons under head coach Joe Bartlinski. JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. – The University of West Florida women’s soccer team’s season came to an end with a 2-0 loss to No. 2 Carson-Newman on Sunday in the NCAA Quarterfinal. UWF finishes the season with an overall record of 17-5-2, while CNU remains unbeaten at 20-0-1. Full Schedule Roster UWF outshot Carson-Newman 9-7 in the first half putting five shots on frame. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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