Gators' women's soccer team wins SEC tournament

Gary Bogdon

Havana Solaun finishes with a goal and two assists.

The Florida women's soccer team knocked off Auburn, 3-0, to win the SEC Tournament Championship on Sunday.

The Gators outshot the Tigers, 18-9, to win their 10th SEC Tournament Championship – their first championship since 2010.

"I am just really, really excited," Florida head coach Becky Burleigh told The Gainesville Sun. "It never gets old and for our players to be able to have the regular-season championship and the tournament championship, that means a lot."

Havana Solaun finished the game with a goal and two assists.

Florida scored two goals in the first half and the third in the second half. The Gators had nine shots in each half.

Adriana Leon scored Florida's first goal 26 minutes into the first half. She was assisted by Solaun and Erika Tymrak on a give-and-go.

Tymrak then scored the Gators' second goal just four minutes later. She was assisted by Holly King and Solaun.

Solaun put the finishing touches on the game. She took a feed from Tymrak and scored her seventh goal of the season.

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