Two Second half Goals Allow Northwest Missouri State To Hand WSC Women’s Soccer Season-Opening Loss

Two Second half Goals Allow Northwest Missouri State To Hand WSC Women’s Soccer Season-Opening Loss
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics.

MARYVILLE, MO – With a handful of home matches to take over the September schedule for Wayne State College women’s soccer, WSC took part in a road match over the weekend.

From Maryville, Missouri, the Wildcats visited Northwest Missouri State University Sunday afternoon.

After being tied in the first half, the Bearcats used two second half goals to defeat WSC, 4-2.

First half Wildcat goals came from Megan Phillips in the 28th minute (assisted by Payton Haliburton) and then Skylar Stueckrath in the 41st minute.

WSC was even with Northwest Missouri State University with nine shots before the Bearcats used a 10-9 advantage in the second half. Both teams finished with 12 shots on goal.

NWSU won the save category, 10-8 and used a 4-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Annika Syvrud put all four of her shots on goal; Phillips scored one of the three on five shots she put on goal while Stueckrath scored on her lone shot on goal. Abby Sutton put two shots on goal, Madison Kemp her lone shot was on goal, Morgan Rhodes placed one shot of three on goal as Olivia Bollman and Haliburton both finished with a shot.

Sidney Truman played the entire 90 minutes in goal saving eight shots while allowing four goals.

The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next play six straight matches on their home field. WSC will host Missouri Western on Friday, September 10 at 3 p.m. and Northwestern Oklahoma State on Sunday, September 12 at noon.

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