UTM vs. George Brown Women's Soccer Game Recap - Oct 7th, 2015

                                                           By: Eric Hewitson

TORONTO, ON (October 7) – The University of Toronto Mississauga Varsity Eagles Women’s soccer team (0-5-2) couldn’t handle the second-half George Brown attack, falling 2-0.

The game went back and forth during the first-half, but UTM made themselves better opportunities to score putting the ball on net nine different times. George Brown was able to capitalize twice on their four shots. 

In the 51st minute, Effie Takas netted her first of the season. Then in the final seconds of the match, George Brown put the nail in the coffin coming up with another goal scored by Rana Abdel Aziz.

“We need to be a lot more aggressive on the ball and we're leaving too much open space in the middle of the field. We need to make sure we're closing that off.” Says UTM midfielder Vanessa Cesario. 

The women believe they're a new team and every game they’ve improved. The scores haven’t necessarily been an indication of their mental and physical efforts, “The game against George Brown isn't a good indication of how we can play.” Says Cesario.

UTM looks for their first win of the season when they head to Humber College (5-1-1) on Tuesday October 13th. In the last game against Humber, UTM lost 3-0, but with another week of training and the hunger to score the UTM women can’t be taken lightly.