DULUTH, MN – Following a day off on the road, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team was back in action Sunday afternoon.
From James S. Malosky Stadium in Duluth, Minnesota, WSC visited the Bulldogs.
After the ‘Cats tied with St. Cloud State Friday, Wayne State and UMD went to overtime as well. Then in the 96th minute, Abby Sutton was credited with the game-winning goal assisted by Rylie Wehner. The Wildcats won 1-0 and are now 3-3-3 (3-2-1 NSIC) while Minnesota Duluth fell to 3-6 (1-5 NSIC).
Megan Phillips placed both of her shots on goal as did Wehner and Sutton added one shot on goal in the back of the net for WSC. Brooke Worrel placed her lone shot on goal and Lauren Fleming attempted a shot.
Rachel Grisham recorded a shutout in 95:09 with five saves.
UMD won the shot battle 12-8 (8-6 on goal) and the corner kick category (7-2).
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next host Upper Iowa on Friday, October 11 at 3 p.m. and Winona State University on Sunday, October 13 at 1 p.m.