Women’s Soccer finishes season at 7-7

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Women’s Soccer finishes season at 7-7

Women's Soccer finish the year with a loss in the NJCAA Division III Region 20 semifinals.

Women's Soccer finish the year with a loss in the NJCAA Division III Region 20 semifinals.

Christian Richey

Women's Soccer finish the year with a loss in the NJCAA Division III Region 20 semifinals.

Christian Richey

Christian Richey

Women's Soccer finish the year with a loss in the NJCAA Division III Region 20 semifinals.

Brayden Nazarian, Sports Editor

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AACC Women’s Soccer finished 2019 with seven wins and seven losses, and according to players and coaches, the athletes wanted better results.

Women’s Soccer ended the regular season with a loss to Oxford College of Emory University on Nov. 1 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III Region 20 semifinals.

“Like anybody on the team, I wish we went further [in the post season],” Morgan Argubright, a defender and first-year transfer studies student, said. “But I think the season was a success overall.”

First-year transfer studies student and defender Erika Jackson said some of the team’s postseason struggles came from a lack of team synergy.

“We didn’t know each other that well in our first game,” Jackson said. “But we just got better and better throughout the season.”

“The majority of the team were freshmen, and we were all dragged in from different schools … so we never really played with each other before the season,” Argubright said.

Despite early problems as a team, head coach Karin Victorio said her players made sure to enjoy the season.

“[The players] had really good attitudes this year and had fun,” Victorio said. “There were a lot of great people on the team.”

Jackson finished the 2019 season with a team high of 19 points, while Argubright had 18.

The team finished 6-6 following the 2018 season after being eliminated from the NJCAA Region 20 semifinals.

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