The women’s soccer team from South Carolina is the newest American Cupid.
The team has been practicing in a field in the state of South Carolina for the past two weeks, after the US Soccer Federation pulled the plug on the league in 2019 due to the outbreak of the virus.
It’s the latest example of the game’s lack of communication on the issue, which is why the South Carolina players are trying to find a way to keep the game going and be positive in the midst of the crisis.
The team has a new starting lineup for its upcoming games, and it’s the first team to have players on the field in 2018, but it hasn’t had the same kind of momentum since then.
It will play a home game against the University of Maryland on Saturday, and its two road games against Georgia Tech and North Carolina have been postponed.
“We’re excited to have these players, but the more we practice, the more our confidence grows,” South Carolina’s coach, Michelle Bynum, told ABC News.
“We’re so excited that we have these guys, and we’re going to have to prove it in the next couple of weeks.”
The team practiced for about two hours a day, but there were still concerns over whether the team would be able to prepare to play the North Carolina game.
The USSF pulled all games from the schedule because of the pandemic, and all of the players are now on sick leave.
There’s also a long-term health risk to the players that comes with being in a group of players together.
The first team also played its first game in 2019, against a team in the United Kingdom.
The match went well, and the women won 1-0, but in the following months, South Carolina started to get more and more frustrated with the game.
“The players on this team are just as passionate about the game, and they just want to play it the best way that they can,” Bynam said.
“The women were like, ‘Oh my God, we have to get to this next game.'”
The team started practicing for a second game in 2020, but South Carolina was still on sickleave.
This time around, the players will have more time to play and train, and Bynadum said that the team has come together as a team.
“It’s really important to have that unity because you can’t really put your feet on the ground and say, ‘Hey, we need to do something else,'” Bynas said.
“So we have come together and said, ‘Okay, we’re not going to play a game until we can get this game right.’
That’s the most important thing for us.”
The first game is scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m.
South Carolina and the Maryland team will face off in the second game at 1 p.t.