GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Vanderbilt had no lack of scoring Thursday evening at Florida, using down the Gators 5-2 for a next consecutive meeting victory.
Vanderbilt struck 1st in the 20th minute off the appropriate foot of Peyton Cutshall. A Vandy corner kick led to Cutshall’s strike, her next objective on the season.
Just three minutes afterwards the Commodores doubled their lead. Amber Nguyen received a absolutely free kick and fired a bending shot off the crossbar to make it 2- in the 23rd.
Just after Florida obtained on the board off a corner kick in the 28th, the Commodores squandered no time making their guide again to two. Hannah McLaughlin despatched a cross into the box and Raegan Kelley headed in her team-major seventh aim this year and 26th of her career.
The recreation remained 3-1 right until the 61st when Kelley at the time again discovered area off a cross, this time from Nguyen. Nguyen’s pinpoint pass observed Kelley alone near the significantly post and Kelley tapped in her next objective of the evening to make it 4-1.
Florida reduce the Vandy guide again to two on a Vandy very own target in the 71st, but when once again the Commodores experienced a reaction.
Abi Brighton joined the scoring celebration just minutes afterwards on a fantastically taken no cost kick of her own that left Florida’s keeper with no probability at a preserve. Brighton’s initially purpose on the season would give Vanderbilt 5 plans in an SEC contest for the 1st time considering the fact that a 5- acquire in excess of Missouri in 2021.
Vanderbilt has now received 3 straight in excess of the Gators in Gainesville under head mentor Darren Ambrose.
“I am seriously proud of how we came out and managed the recreation for lengthy durations. We scored some great objectives,’ Ambrose mentioned. “The girls are a tiny dissatisfied to concede two targets in the way we did but these errors are quite fixable in apply. Total just a definitely strong performance on the street.”
Vandy increases to 10-2-3 (4-2-2 SEC) and has achieved the 10-win mark for the fourth time in Ambrose’s 8 seasons. The Commodores host Mississippi State Sunday at 3 p.m. in the final household match of the regular period.