The Southeastern Conference announced its soccer players of the week on Monday, recognizing outstanding performances from another week of action on the pitch in the SEC.
Savannah Jordan, Florida
F • 5-7• Fr. • Fayetteville, Ga.
Jordan added three goals this weekend to raise her season total to 18 – the Gators’ top season total since Abby Wambach turned in 31 in 2001. Jordan scored UF’s final goal at Tennessee on Friday and she provided both goals in Florida’s 2-0 win over Texas A&M to move Florida into a tie for first in the league standings with a match to go. Sunday was Jordan’s sixth multi-goal match of the season – with four coming in league play. Her 18 goals is third all-time among Gator freshmen.
McKenzie Sauerwein, Missouri
GK • 5-9 • Jr. • North Richland Hills, Texas
Sauerwein helped the Tigers go 1-0-1 last week with a double overtime win at Kentucky (2-1) and a 1-1 double overtime tie to Tennessee. The North Richland Hills, Texas, native allowed just one goal over 108 minutes to Kentucky’s powerful offense and one goal over 110 minutes of play to Tennessee for a 0.83 goals against average over the two games. She also made 12 total saves to break Mizzou’s career saves record with 296.
Casie Ramsier, Auburn
F • 5-6 • Dallas, Texas
Ramsier scored her eighth and ninth goals of the season over the weekend against Arkansas and Vanderbilt to continue to hold the team-lead for goals this season. Her nine goals this year is the most by an Auburn freshman since Katy Frierson (9) in 2009. Ramsier also tallied her fourth assist of the year on Sunday against Vanderbilt helping teammate Tori Ball score the game-winner against the Commodores.