Eastern Florida Women’s Soccer To Recognize 11 Sophomores On Saturday
By Mark DeCotis // October 23, 2015
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s women’s soccer team and head coach Jeff Carr will recognize 11 sophomores after Saturday’s home match against Polk State College.
The match begins at 6 p.m. at the Titan Soccer Complex on the Melbourne Campus and will be televised live on WEFS-TV and streamed live at www.efsctitans.com
Admission is free.
The sophomores are midfielders Nicole Broderick and Abbie and Briana Camargo, defenders Haley Cook and Arnela Cordic, midfielders Kaleigh and Kassidee Davis, defender Serena Delgado, goalkeeper Asmara Holmes, midfielder Rosalina Lindo, and defender Helen Ramsey.
The Camargos made their mark as holders of the school single-season assists record. Abbie set the record of 14 in 2014 and Briana broke it this season and sits at 18. Abbie, interestingly, has 14 this season.
Cook, Cordic, Delgado and Ramsey have played the bulk of the time along the backline, anchoring a defense that has allowed seven goals in 11 games.
Broderick and Lindo have six goals each this season. Kaleigh Davis has a goal while twin sister Kassidee is returning to form after an early-season injury. Holmes has split time with freshman Steff Barreras, allowing one goal in 260 minutes.
Eastern Florida, 11-0 and the nation’s consensus No. 1-ranked team, is a combined 24-1-2 dating back to last season when it reached the semifinals of the NJCAA Women’s Division I National Championship tournament.
The Titans have already defeated Polk and fellow Florida College System Activities Association/NJCAA Region 8 foe Broward College two times each this season to secure their fifth straight postseason berth.
Polk is 3-8, having lost 3-1 and 7-1 to Eastern Florida.