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UWF Women’s Soccer blanks Georgia Southwestern 8-0

first_img Share UWF Women’s Soccer blanks Georgia Southwestern 8-0 Aug. 26, 2007Box ScorePensacola, Fla. – The Lady Argos regained their relentless ball control offense to cruise past Georgia Southwestern on Sunday, following their opening season loss to the defending National Champions Metro State on Friday. The Argos controlled the game from the beginning and got off 15 shots in the first half to none for Georgia Southwestern. The great defense and attacking offense continued in the second half, as the Argos kept the Hurricanes from getting any shots on goal.Coach Joe Bartlinski was very pleased with the performance, especially with the defensive effort. “This (Georgia Southwestern) is a team very capable of scoring and we didn’t allow a shot; basically everybody stepped up today.” Georgia Southwestern scored against Metro State in their opener and nearly had a couple other goals, which really shows how well the Argos played to prevent them from getting any shots on goal.While most people watching the game might think that it was the UWF offense that controlled the game, Coach Bartlinski was clearly most pleased with the defense, and that of course gives the offense great chances to attack.Dernelle Mascall (So. / Trinidad) got the scoring started at the 34 minute mark in the first half, with a shot off a cross pass from Laurel McKenzie (Fr. / Harvest, Ala.), and then concluded her evening by scoring with a dazzling one on one move with the goalie to put UWF up 6-0. That goal gave her a hat trick of three goals for the afternoon. Mascall and teammate Anastasia Prescott (So. / Trinidad) played with the Trinidad National Team and missed some of the Argos preseason, and Coach Bartlinski felt she had a `coming out performance’ and her legs looked real strong for everything she had been through lately.McKenzie followed her assist on the first goal, to take a breakaway pass from Naila Owens (So. / Jacksonville, Fla.) to score the second first half goal at 42 minutes, and the Argos lead 2-0 at the half. Owens then scored her own goal one minute into the second half off a long pass from Jodi Galucci (So. / Stuart, Fla.). Galucci would get two more assists before the game ended. While Georgia Southwestern worked very hard to stay in the game with the Argos, it was clear in the second half that they just were worn down by the superior intensity and nifty footwork of the Argos. Anna Kaye Logan (Fr. / Bradenton, Fla.) and Alex Avram (Fr. / Hoover, Ala.) also scored goals for the Argos in the second half on route to the 8-0 win. The great defensive effort was primarily the work of Prescott, Lura Carter (Jr. / Tallahassee, Fla.), and Marie Hastings (Sr. / Gainesville, Fla.).The win evened the Argos record at 1-1, following the opening season loss to Metro State. Coach Bartlinski was not disappointed with the first game loss, as he felt that the game was closer than it appeared, and the difference was a couple headers that Metro won and the Argos just missed. With the win today, Bartlinski was real pleased to see his team do some of the things they had been working in practice. “We worked our flanks (wide play) real well, and ran some of our set pieces just as we prepared, and that was great to see today.”West Florida played 16 kids in the first half and their depth may become important as the season moves on. Overall the Argos played 20 kids in the match, and with a young team that has room to build, the game experience is great, especially with top ranked teams on the schedule.The Argos travel this next weekend to play against St. Leo on Sunday at 12:30 pm. UWF played St. Leo twice last year, with both matches ending in a tie. The second match up was in the Regional semifinals, and the Argos won the match in the penalty kicks following the regulation tie. Coach Bartlinski is looking forward to the match and explained that, “we will have to match their (St. Leo ) intensity, they are a highly spirited team,” so it should be another great test for the young Argos. Print Friendly Versionlast_img

Girls’ Golf is Rocking into 2018

first_imgImages copyright Leaderboard Photography Tags: Girls Golf Rocks Girls Golf Rocks is back for 2018 – with great plans to involve even more girls and spread the recruitment project further across the country.This year it’s running in 21 counties with Berkshire, Northumberland, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Sussex and Warwickshire joining the campaign.Girls Golf Rocks will also be backed by Facebook advertising to help spread the message that golf is fun, friendly and great for girls.Last year over 860 girls attended Girls Golf Rocks taster sessions and 730 enjoyed it so much they went on to take a coaching course with PGA professionals. The newcomers are supported by girls from county squads who act as ambassadors.This year, Girls Golf Rocks will also be going ‘On Tour’ in eight counties. They’ll be running golf days with fun competitions to encourage new players to get out on the course and enjoy themselves with friends.The Tour was successfully trialled in Essex this summer and will also run in 2018 in Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Dorset, Durham, Gloucestershire, Norfolk and Nottinghamshire.The other counties involved in Girls Golf Rocks in 2018 are Bedfordshire, Cumbria, Kent, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Wiltshire and Yorkshire.Girls Golf Rocks is a joint project from England Golf and the Golf Foundation and aims to increase the number of girl players from an average of just two per club.The sessions are open to all girls, regardless of whether or not they have an impairment, to try golf in a fun and supportive environment.To find out more and book visit www.girlsgolfrocks.orgRecent Girls Golf Rocks highlights include:• Golf legend Dame Laura Davies and Ladies European Tour player Annabel Dimmock dropped in at a training session for Surrey ambassadors and posed for photographs (pictured below).• Northumberland ambassadors were featured on TV after BBC Look North filmed them at a training session at Close House.• Two teams of Girls Golf Rocks ambassadors – from Essex and Bedfordshire – played in the pro-am of the Bridgestone Challenge at Luton Hoo. Sophie Wheeler, 15, from Essex won the long drive competition with a shot of 232 yards!• Ambassadors from all over the country were hosted by England Golf and the Golf Foundation for a golf day at Gainsborough Golf Club, supported by PING.• Staffordshire girls were bewitched with a Hallowe’en fancy dress theme at a par three event at 3 Hammers Golf Complex.• Norfolk ambassador Jasmine Campbell has been inspired by the PGA professionals involved in Girls Golf Rocks and has passed her Level One coaching qualification. She hopes to make a career in coaching.Martin Crowder, National Development Manager for the Golf Foundation, said: “Girls Golf Rocks has shown young girls who had never tried golf before that here is a fun, sociable sport they can play with friends, enjoying its health and fitness benefits at welcoming golf clubs.“Our county Ambassadors have been great role models and will continue to play a crucial role as Girls Golf Rocks expands to many more golf clubs in 2018, giving new girls a highly positive experience of the game.”Lauren Spray, England Golf Women and Girls’ Manager, added: “We’ve got to say a really big thank you to all the people who have been involved in supporting Girls Golf Rocks.“The initiative wouldn’t be as effective without the full support of the County Associations, volunteers, professionals, ambassadors and staff from the England Golf and the Golf Foundation.“Collectively we are working as teams to provide girls with the opportunity to experience golf and challenge perception, so if you haven’t already got involved then why not come and join us and learn to play golf in a way that ROCKS!”Follow the campaign on Twitter @GirlsGolfRocks1 or at Facebook.com/GirlsGolfRocksTo watch a video about Girls Golf Rocks visit bit.ly/GGREssexcenter_img 8 Mar 2018 Girls’ Golf is Rocking into 2018 last_img read more