By James Vallone
ROME – West Florida was named No. 2 in the latest NSCAA/Continental Tire Women's National Poll on Tuesday. The Argos made their first trip to Ben Brady Field and left with a 6-2 victory over the Lady Hawks.
West Florida (10-0, 6-0 GSC) was able to get six goals by five different players, and went to halftime with a 5-1 lead. Brandi Greenwald tied things up with her first of two goals in the 13th minute with an assist from Cintia Lamas, before UWF would end the half with four unanswered goals.
Greenwald would start the scoring for the second half when Aline Bez Tamiosso and Diamond Davis were able to find her for a quick goal in the 61st minute. However UWF was able to respond two minutes later to cap the days scoring.
Katie Stachula played the entire match in goal and was able to record five saves versus one of the most potent offenses in women's soccer that registered a season high total in goals.
The Argos finished the match ahead in the shot count 19-8, and they also had nine corner kicks while Shorter had none.
Shorter (2-7-1, 1-4-1 GSC) is on the road this coming week with games on October 5 at West Georgia and October 7 at Valdosta State, before returning to Ben Brady Field on October 14 for a 2 pm start versus North Alabama.