January 29, 2023

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Soccer fails to carry lead, ties towards Northern Colorado





Then-junior defender Emily Crain appears to be like to move in the course of the recreation towards Texas Christian College on Oct. 25, 2020. (Archive picture by Sophie Osborn | Collegian Media Group)

Okay-State soccer almost took residence their first win of the season of their match towards Northern Colorado on Sunday however ended up tying 1-1.

After shedding 1-2 towards Northwestern of their first match, permitting 18 shot makes an attempt, the Wildcats’ protection held the Bears’ offense to low manufacturing for many of the match. The Bears had 4 photographs into the seventieth minute however turned it round late to tie the match. Attacking late, the Bears ended with 9 photographs and capitalized within the 82nd minute with a purpose from Britney Donais.

At the same time as they saved fixed strain on the Bears, the primary half ended with a rating of 0-0 as every group entered the locker rooms. Beginning the second half, it didn’t take lengthy for the Wildcats to place a ball within the internet. Within the 52nd minute, sophomore midfielder Adah Anderson scored the primary purpose of the match with an help from freshman midfielder/ahead Sophie Harlan. The 2 underclassmen have been the scoring connection in every of the group’s targets this season as Anderson assisted Harlan in a purpose towards Northwestern.

Whereas the Wildcats’ protection saved strain off redshirt senior Rachel Harris for almost all of the match, the offense saved the strain on the Bears from the beginning, ending the primary half with 14 photographs. The Wildcats completed the sport with 27 photographs and 12 photographs on purpose, led by Anderson with six photographs and one shot on purpose.

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The Wildcats stand at a report of 0-1-1 two matches into the season. The group’s subsequent match comes Thursday, Aug. 25 towards the College of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg, Texas.