Sept. 9, 2012
Bearcats fall to Winona State
Maryville, Mo. – Northwest Missouri State women’s soccer team lost a tightly contested game 2-1 to Winona State Sunday.
The first half was a battle of possession as neither team could gain an advantage. Winona State was able to get off seven shots in the first half as Northwest goalie Kelsey Adams kept the score at zero. The Bearcats managed four shots on goal but could not capitalize.
The second half started with a quick goal in the 49th minute by Samantha Fegen of Winona State.
Northwest answered back with a goal of their own by Amanda Bundrant with an assist by Natalie Long in the 57th minute.
It remained a 1-1 tie until the 77th minute when Caitlin Lilly put in what would be the determining goal for Winona State.
With the loss the Bearcats move their season record to 2-1-1. Northwest will head out on the road this week to open league play at Lindenwood at 7 p.m. Friday followed by a trip to Truman State Sunday.
The Bearcats will return home Sept. 25 to play Graceland at 4 p.m.
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