WSC, UNK Women’s Soccer Battle To 0-0 Draw

WSC, UNK Women’s Soccer Battle To 0-0 Draw
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics

KEARNEY – Following a season opening loss in overtime two days prior, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team was back in action over the weekend.

From Foster Field in Kearney, WSC took on the host Nebraska-Kearney during the UNK Fall Classic.

WSC again held their opponent to no goals in regulation as the ‘Cats outshot UNK 9-5 (7-3 on goal). In overtime, Wayne State also outshot the Lopers 2-1 on goal but neither team could net a goal and tied. The Wildcats are now 0-1-1 while Nebraska-Kearney sits 0-0-2.

Megan Philips paced WSC with five of her six shots on goal while Madison Kemp added two shots on goal. Megan Shuster and Madison Johnson both put a shot on goal while Abby Sutton tallied a shot attempt.

Goalkeeper Rachel Grisham was in goal for all 110 minutes and recorded three saves.

WSC also posted more corner kicks (6-3) and fouls (19-10) than UNK.

The Wayne State College women’s soccer team will next visit Missouri Western State University on Friday, September 13 at 6 p.m.

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