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MU can’t beat SEC

Monday, September 22, 2003 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 5:43 p.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008

The Southeastern Conference continues to dominate the Missouri soccer team.

Missouri lost its third game of the season to an SEC team on Sunday when Florida beat the Tigers 4-0.

The No. 5 ranked Gators took the lead when Cherry Pickman scored on a header 8:49 into the game.

Florida added another goal in the first half.

Tiger goalkeeper Stephanie Krawczyk made seven saves in the first half and finished with 10. Erica Pusch and Ashley Gibbs also stood out on defense, butFlorida overwhelmed Missouri, which was outshot 28-4.

The Tigers’ (5-3) other losses to SEC teams came against Mississippi State and Mississippi.

MISSOURI GOLF: A trio of 73’s helped the Tigers finish 12th in the Inverness Intercollegiate at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.

The Tigers shot a final round 298 and finished 35 strokes behind tournament champion UCLA.

Seniors David Jenkins and Michael Radek and sophomore Ben Scott each shot 73.

Jenkins tied for 10th with a 224, eight strokes behind champion John Merrick from UCLA. Radek tied for 22nd, and Scott tied for 38th.


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