March 20, 2010
By Brian Ormiston
VIERA, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - The UCF women's soccer team continued its spring season Saturday over on the Space Coast. And with two second-half goals, the Knights took down South Florida, 2-1.
"The spring is always a good time to experiment with different formations," said head coach Amanda Cromwell. "We've used a lot of players in a lot of different places, and are working on some things that may or may not work in the fall. But we are proud of our team and they are working really hard. In the spring, the results are not as important, but it's always good to come away with a win, especially over an in-state team."
After playing a scoreless first half, UCF took charge when Kim Newsome found Stacie Hubbard who beat a defender and scored from 20 yards out, hitting the top left corner.
Although the Bulls tied it up at 1-1, Bianca Joswiak bent in a corner that Tishia Jewell put away with about six minutes remaining to give the Knights the victory.
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