WAYNE – After having a fall schedule canceled due to COVID-19 last year, the Wayne State College women’s soccer team concluded their 18-game regular season schedule Friday afternoon.
From the WSC Soccer Pitch, the Wildcats were looking to punch their ticket as one of the top eight NSIC women’s soccer teams with either a victory or a tie with some help.
Thanks to early first half goals, the visiting Augustana Vikings secured the 2-0 victory over WSC. The Vikings improved to 13-3-2 (12-1-2 NSIC) while the Wildcats ended their season at 6-8-4 (6-6-3 NSIC).
Augie goals came in the third (2:36) and 25th (24:29) minutes.
Payton Haliburton placed both of her shot attempts on goal as Annika Syvrud and Abby Sutton both added a shot on goal. Madison Kemp recorded a shot attempt.
Katherine Hageman allowed two goals and recorded four saves in 90 minutes of work.
Augustana held a slight advantage in the shot attempt battle of 9-5 (5-4 on goal) while recording 11 corner kicks compared to two from WSC.
The Wayne State College women’s soccer team finished the NSIC season ranked ninth just missing out on the postseason tournament (top eight advance).