"The girls were a little mad," Fox said. "They felt they got (cheated)."
To worsen matters, Fox said, University City has to play the No. 5 seed today.
"And if we win that game, we play again Friday against probably the No. 4 seed," he said.
While the Centurions were mad and took out their aggressions on Southwest, Fox had nothing but praise for the Eagles.
"They are a class team," he said. "They gave us a good game. They never gave up. They battled the whole game long."
University City scored the game's opening goal in the first five minutes when Michelle Russel headed the ball into the open net. Midway through the first half Lauren Segars scored with a shot into the upper right corner of the goal.
Mackenzie Ooms made it 3-0 with a shot from the right side that slipped inside the left upright. Just before halftime Alison Landholt scored from in front of the goal.
University City scored its fifth goal early in the second half when Katie Snyder bolted up the middle. Moments later Erin Baldwin scored off a header.
Midway into the second half Rochelle Roloff scored for the Centurions. Jessica Girdner scored the final two goals.
"We passed the ball well," Acevedo said. The Eagles just didn't get that many scoring opportunities.
In the first half Racquel Rogel got off a shot that was deflected by the Centurion defense. Moments later, Diana Lopez took a shot on goal that went wide.
Southwest's best chance for a goal came when Melissa Frausto took a direct kick. The ball sailed just over the crossbar.
In the second half Yesenia Rogel got the Eagles' lone shot on goal; it sailed wide.
With the loss, Southwest ends the season with a 9-13 record.