WAYNE – For the sixth time this season, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team has competed in a one-goal decision match.
From the WSC Soccer Complex, the Wildcats welcomed in St. Cloud State on Sunday for their Senior Day game.
The visiting Huskies scored 11:43 into the match and held onto the 1-0 victory. SCSU improves to 5-6-4 (4-4-4 NSIC) while Wayne State College fell to 2-9-4 (2-7-3 NSIC). The ‘Cats are also now 1-5 in games decided by one goal including three straight losses of 1-0 decisions.
Abby Sutton placed both of her shots on goal while Skyler Stueckrath added one shot of two attempts on goal. Other shot attempts came from Riann Daas and Payton Haliburton each with one.
Regan Ott allowed one goal and recorded six saves in the opening half (45 minutes) before Hayden Wallace closed out the final 45 minutes in goal adding three saves.
SCSU out shot Wayne State, 18-6 (10-3 on goal) and recorded seven corner kicks compared to two from WSC.
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next visit Winona State on Friday, October 21 at 6:30 p.m.