SEC Soccer Players of the Week (10/15/12)

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Jo Dragotta, Florida
M • 5-8 • Sr. • Tampa, Fla.
Dragotta provided Florida with the game-winning goals in both of its matches. She hit a bouncing ball off an Adriana Leon corner kick in the 85th minute to give UF the final 2-1 margin against No. 14 Missouri. Sunday she turned her first double goal match, scoring in the 71st and 80th minutes against Mississippi State. She has scored all five of her career goals in UF’s last seven matches.

Kayla King, Kentucky
GK • 5-8 • Jr. • Louisville, Ky.
King had her best weekend in the Blue and White, recording back-to-back, 90-minute shutouts on the road at Tennessee and Georgia. The Louisville, Ky., native had a career high 10 saves on Sunday in Athens and kept a clean sheet vs. Tennessee on Friday night as the Wildcats picked up a crucial six points. King fended off 36 shots over the two games and dropped her GAA to 0.81 on the season.

Kelli Hubly, Kentucky
F • 5-8 • Elk Grove, Ill.
Hubly added to her team lead, scoring her fifth goal of the season in Knoxville, Tenn., as UK charted a 1-0 win over Tennessee. The tally was the game’s only goal, and was struck in the 70th minute. The game-winner was Hubly’s second of the season and she now stands second on the team with 12 points.

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