ST. PAUL, MN – For the first time since 2006 the Wayne State College women’s soccer team is playing a match in the postseason.
The Wildcats earned the number eight seed for the 2019 NSIC Women’s Soccer Championships and will open with top-seeded Concordia-St. Paul on Wednesday, November 13 at 3 p.m.
WSC is 6-8-4 overall and (6-7-2 NSIC) while the Golden Bears enter 15-1-2 (12-1-2 NSIC).
Wayne State is on a three-game losing streak and are being outscored 7-0 during that time with their last win coming on October 27 being 2-0 at Minnesota Crookston. CSP ended their season with a 1-0 win over Minnesota State-Mankato after falling 3-2 to Augustana which is their only loss on the season.
Earlier this season on November 1, Concordia-St. Paul used a goal in the 71st minute to defeat Wayne State 1-0.
The winner will face the winner of either #4 Bemidji State or #5 St. Cloud State while the other half of the bracket is #2 Augustana vs. #7 Southwest Minnesota State and #3 Minnesota State-Mankato vs. #6 University of Mary.