Mississippi Gulf Coast's women's soccer season came to an end Wednesday in the MACJC quarterfinals, with the Bulldogs falling 4-0 to Itawamba.
"It felt like we really never stepped off the bus today," Gulf Coast coach Jackie Rhodes said. "I don't think they were mentally ready for that type of game. It didn't feel like we were really ready when we stepped onto the field."
The Indians (16-3) are the hottest team in the state, having won 15 straight. They led the Bulldogs 1-0 at halftime, but poured it on with three goals in the first 10 minutes of the second half.
Gulf Coast ends the season 3-12-1, and Rhodes is already looking ahead to next season.
"Our freshmen got to see a lot of minutes this year," she said. "They played all the games, so I'm really looking forward to the offseason with this group of freshman and really build this program. They're going to play a really big role for our team next year."
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