GSU vs ULL soccer recap

Emilee Saigh

The Georgia Southern women’s soccer team came up short in their match against the ULL Ragin’ Cajuns, this past weekend, losing 2-0.

UL Lafayette ended the game with a total of thirteen shots on goal and GS with nine. 

“I think we did a great job building up and having a great attack. They had 13 shots on goal, we had nine. We had more possession, so they made more of their possession than we did,” Brian Dunleavy, GS women’s soccer coach, said. “It wasn’t until the last 20 minutes we put them under pressure. We created a lot of chances, [but] their goal keeper came up big,”

For the Eagles, the intensity picked up in the last half where they had a majority of their shots hit.

“Now we have to just deserve that goal from the beginning and all the 90 minutes, be all together and go for it,” Aila Sendra, junior midfielder, said in regards to where their focus needs to be for their next game against Texas State.

All in all, the Lady Eagles’ effort still made their coach proud and he believes that his team needs to have a little more vengeance in the final third of the game.