For the second-straight match, freshman Jill Ruark scored the game’s lone goal in overtime to lead the MSOE women’s soccer team to a 1-0 road victory, this time over Benedictine Saturday evening at the Lisle Sports Complex.
Despite a 21-1 shot advantage, it was sophomore Gracie Horton’s 60th-minute goal that propelled the MSOE women’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Wisconsin Lutheran Saturday afternoon at Warrior Soccer Field.
Freshman Jill Ruark scored on a rocket from 30 yards out to cut the deficit to 2-1 but the MSOE women’s soccer team was unable to find the equalizer in a 3-1 loss to UW-Whitewater Sunday afternoon at Viets Field.
Freshman Jill Ruark scored a goal in the 11th minute and a pair of keepers combined on 12 saves to make it hold up in the MSOE women’s soccer team’s 1-0 victory over North Park early Saturday evening at the Holmgren Athletic Complex.
Sophomore Brooke Zidek scored a goal for the second-straight game and junior Abbie Lorenz preserved the shutout with six saves in the second half to lead the MSOE women’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over St. Norbert Saturday afternoon at UW-Oshkosh.
Junior Jeray Riffel put the MSOE women’s soccer team ahead in the second half but three goals in less than an eight-minute span propelled Kalamazoo to the season-opening 3-1 victory Friday afternoon at MacKenzie Field.
The MSOE Athletic Department announced its annual post-season honors Monday afternoon the first Student Awards Celebration co-hosted by Athletics and Student Life. The luncheon honored all of the standout accomplishment of the university’s student body.