Wildcat Women’s Soccer Comes Away With Road Draw

Wildcat Women’s Soccer Comes Away With Road Draw
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics

ST. CLOUD, MN – The Wayne State College women’s soccer team began a road weekend in Minnesota with a Friday late afternoon match.

From Husky Stadium in St. Cloud, Minnesota, WSC visited SCSU.

WSC was first to strike thanks to a goal in the 35th minute from Megan Phillips before half. St. Cloud State won the shots battle (5-4) and 3-2 on goal where the ‘Cats led 1-0 at the break.

During the second half, SCSU found the back of the net in the 81st minute before both teams were scoreless the remainder of the night in regulation and overtime. Final saw a 1-1 draw as Wayne State is now 2-3-3 (2-2-1 NSIC) while the Huskies are 3-2-3 (2-1-2 NSIC).

Along with a goal, Phillips put all three of her shots on target while Brooke Worrel added a shot on goal for the ‘Cats. Other shot attempts came from Skylar Stueckrath and Madison Kemp.

SCSU outshot the Wildcats 14-6 (6-4 on goal) in the match while also recording six corner kicks compared to two from WSC.

The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next visit Minnesota Duluth on Sunday, October 6 at noon.

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