WAYNE – Sunday afternoon women’s soccer concluded a two-match home weekend for Wayne State College.
Back at the WSC Soccer Complex, the Wildcats welcomed in Bemidji State University.
Late goal scoring for both teams showcased a 1-1 draw. WSC is now 1-5-3 (1-3-2 NSIC) while the Beavers move to 4-2-3 (3-1-2 NSIC).
Bemidji opened scoring in the 75th minute (74:20) as Wayne State answered from Annika Syvrud in the 86th minute (85:01) on a penalty kick.
Final was a 1-1 tie.
Syvrud placed her lone shot attempt in the back of the net while Paige Pemberton added one of two shots on goal and Skylar Stueckrath had one shot on goal.
Riann Daas also had a shot on goal.
Hayden Wallace allowed one goal and recorded six saves in 90 minutes of work in goal.
Bemidji State outshot WSC, 20-5 (7-3 on goal) and recorded nine corner kicks compared to one by the ‘Cats.
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next host Southwest Minnesota State on Friday, September 30 before Sioux Falls comes to town on Sunday, October 2.