WAYNE – After dropping a one-goal contest at a ranked opponent Friday, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team closed out their home schedule with another ranked conference team.
From the WSC Soccer field, Wayne State hosted #19 Minnesota State-Mankato Sunday afternoon.
The Mavericks used three goals in the opening half during the 13th, 24th and 37th minutes to go up 3-0. Minnesota State then scored one more goal in the second half at the 89th minute to win 4-0. Minnesota State-Mankato moves to the top of the league with their 15-2 overall record and 12-2 NSIC mark with 36 points while Wayne State fell to 6-7-4 (6-6-2 NSIC) and now sits eighth in league play.
Madison Kemp and Gabi Rosa both placed a shot on goal for WSC. Other shot attempts came from Abby Sutton, Rylie Wehner and Payton Haliburton.
Rachel Grisham allowed three goals and saved five shots in 45 minutes while Regan Ott allowed one goal in 45 minutes and added four saves.
The Mavericks out shot Wayne State, 29-5 (14-2 on goal) and won the corner kick battle, 10-2.
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will end their regular season at Augustana University on Friday, November 8 at 3 p.m.