Wildcat Women’s Soccer Allows Two Goals Each Half, Fall At Home

WAYNE – Following a day off after winning in the final minute of a Friday late afternoon contest, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team was back in action Sunday following morning showers.

From the WSC Soccer Pitch, WSC entertained University of Mary.

The Marauders tallied two goals each half to win 4-0. Umary is now 3-1-1 (1-1-1 NSIC) while the ‘Cats fell to 2-3-2 (2-2 NSIC).

Rylie Wehner placed two of her four shots on goal while Abby Sutton and Skylar Stueckrath both had a shot on goal. Gabi Rosa took three shots for WSC.

Rachel Grisham allowed four goals and had one save in 61:21 while Regan Ott tacked on a save in 28:39 in goal.

University of Mary outshot Wayne State 12-9 (6-4 on goal). WSC was called for more fouls (12-8) as the Marauders won the corner kick category (9-1).

The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next visit St. Cloud State on Friday, October 4 at 4 p.m. and Minnesota Duluth on Sunday, October 6 at noon.

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