Wayne State Women’s Soccer Scores Late In Second Half To Force Draw

Wayne State Women’s Soccer Scores Late In Second Half To Force Draw
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics

DAVENPORT, IA – As the Wayne State College women’s soccer team hit the road Friday afternoon, WSC competed in their final non-conference game on the schedule.

From the St. Vincent Complex in Davenport, Iowa, WSC visited St. Ambrose University.

St. Ambrose was held to four shots in the first half, and landed only one on goal. Madison Volpert found the back of the net in the 43rd minute (43:16) to take a first half lead of 1-0.

WSC recorded three shots in the opening half (two on goal).

In the second half both teams attempted four shots as each goalkeeper had three saves. Junior Brook Buzzell put the momentum back on the Wildcat side when she scored from the 78th minute (78:40) off an assist by sophomore Sophie Ketchmark.

In overtime WSC outshot St. Ambrose University, 3-1 (3-1 on goal), but no goal was allowed by either team.

Final saw a draw 1-1 as Wayne State College is now 1-1-2 on the season while St. Ambrose University sits 2-0-2 overall.

Junior Alexis Strothers was the only Wildcat who attempted two shots, one on goal.

Sophomore Rachel Grisham allowed one goal and had four saves.

Wayne State College will reopen conference play when Minot State and University of Mary come to town on Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17 both at 1 p.m. from the WSC Soccer Complex.

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