DULUTH, MN – For the first time this season, the Wayne State College women’s soccer program played under the lights on the road.
From Malosky Stadium in Duluth, Minnesota, WSC visited Minnesota Duluth Friday evening.
After finishing in a scoreless home tie last weekend, the Wildcats answered a Bulldog second half score and recorded another tie of 1-1. WSC is now 4-6-4 (4-4-3 NSIC) while UMD now sits 2-10-2 (2-7-2 NSIC).
Following a UMD goal in the 60th minute, Annika Syvrud connected on a goal in the 72nd minute (71:19).
Madison Kemp placed all five of her shots on goal, Abby Sutton finished with all three of her shots on goal and Syvrud scored the lone goal with two of three shots on goal for WSC.
Madison Craig and Megan Phillips both placed their lone shot each on goal as Brooke Worrel finished with a shot attempt.
Katherine Hageman recorded 12 saves in 110 minutes in goal.
UMD won the shot attempt battle of 25-14 (13-12 on goal) while the Wildcats had four corner kicks compared to three from the Bulldogs.
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next visit St. Cloud State on Sunday, October 24 at 1 p.m.