Women's Soccer Suffers Setback Against #2 Chicago

Women's Soccer Suffers Setback Against #2 Chicago

MILWAUKEE – Senior Mary McFee finished with 12 saves, including several highlight-worthy stops, in the MSOE women's soccer team's 5-0 loss to No. 2-ranked Chicago Saturday afternoon at Viets Field.

The Raiders (2-5) could not get their offense going against a Maroons (6-0) defense that had yielded just six shots on goal through its first five games.

Meanwhile, the visitors seized momentum early and carried that throughout the contest.

McFee played the first 64:32 of the match before giving way to sophomore Abbie Lorenz for the remainder of the contest. Lorenz stopped three shots and the MSOE back line was credited with a pair of team saves on the day.

Chicago held substantial advantages in shots, 43-2, and corner kicks, 12-1. MSOE finished with one of its two shots going on goal.

The Raiders will look to shake the result off Wednesday, when it returns to the field to open league play at Edgewood.