Two Georgia soccer players pick up weekly SEC honors

Jaylon Thompson | 

The Georgia soccer team got off to a good start this weekend, and it got even better when goalkeeper Louise Hogrell and midfielder Gabby Seiler received weekly Southeastern Conference honors on Monday.
Hogrell was awarded the Freshman Player of the Week for the conference. Seiler was awarded the SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week. This was the first career SEC honor for the players.

Hogrell has been instrumental in maintaining the Bulldogs’ strong defensive play early in the season. She has contributed nine saves throughout the season and has given up an average of 0.45 goals per game. She also has a 0.90 save percentage.

Seiler has been strong in the midfield as she controlled the tempo of the offensive during the first couple of games. She collected five points over the weekend and scored two goals in the process. Seiler also contributed an assist.
The Bulldogs tied Ole Miss 1-1 and defeated UNC Greensboro 3-0 over the weekend. The team will head out to Long Beach State and Cal State Fullerton on Friday and Sunday, respectively. ​