SIOUX FALLS, SD – Following a four-match stretch of road games, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team will return home this weekend hosting a pair of North Dakota teams as WSC recently split a Sunday outing.
From the USF Sports Complex in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the Wildcat women’s soccer team visited Sioux Falls.
Both teams scored a goal in the first half but neither could score after that to finish with the 1-1 draw. Wayne State College is now 3-6-2 overall (3-4-1 NSIC) while the Cougars move to 1-8-2 (1-5-2 NSIC). WSC also went 2-1-1 in their last four road games.
Madison Kemp scored the lone Wildcat goal in the 28th minute (27:19) off an assist from Abby Sutton.
Kemp scored a goal as all three of her shot attempts were on goal as Sutton who had the assist also joined Morgan Rhodes with three shots on goal. Riann Daas, Megan Phillips, Brooke Worrel and Payton Haliburton also placed a shot on goal.
Katherine Hageman worked all 110 minutes in goal allowing one goal and saving four shots.
WSC outshot Sioux Falls, 13-5 (13-5 on goal) and had six corner kicks compared to three from the Cougars.
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next host University of Mary on Friday, October 15 at 3 p.m. and Minot State on Sunday, October 17 at noon.