A 53rd minute goal by sophomore Tori Cannata followed by a great defensive stand allowed Arkansas to knock off top-seed South Carolina in the SEC quarterfinals.
Each week during the season, the Midweek Report will serve as a recap of the previous week of action for Arkansas Soccer.
The 17th-ranked Razorback soccer team burst out of the gate Sunday afternoon, scoring two goals in a span of two minutes and then holding off North Texas for a 2-0 victory.
Clemson edged the Razorbacks 4-2 in penalty kicks after two tightly contested overtime periods resulted in a draw to end a magical season.
Despite a furious comeback in the second half, No. 12 Arkansas dropped its match against No. 13 Auburn 3-2 to fall to 13-3-0 overall.
Senior Katie Kienstra found the back of the net in the 74th minute to help the Razorbacks put away the Dukes, 2-0.
Arkansas closes out the 2017 regular season Thursday night when it hosts No. 19 Tennessee for Senior Night at Razorback Field.
Arkansas defeated No. 11 Auburn 3-1 Friday night at the Orange Beach Sportsplex in Orange Beach, Alabama, to advance to its first SEC Tournament championship game since 1996.
The 17th-ranked Razorback soccer team begins its 2017 campaign tomorrow as it will open the season on the road in Dallas to face former Southwest Conference foe SMU at Westcott Field.
For the second-straight season, the Razorback soccer team will be playing for an SEC Tournament title.
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