WHITEWATER, Wis. – MSOE women's soccer headed out on the road for the first time this season, heading to Whitewater, Wis. to take on the Warhawks of UW-Whitewater. Win number one was on the minds of all the Raiders, however the offense was still missing as they fell 4-1 on Wednesday night.
MSOE – 1
UW-Whitewater – 4
HOW IT HAPPENED
The golden goal was scored early on in tonight's contest, at the 5:52 mark to be exact. Anna Brodjian, having scored one goal already less than a minute and a half earlier, found the back of the net with help from two teammates to put UW-Whitewater (2-1-0) up 2-0. Caitie LeVasseur gave MSOE (0-2-1) their first scoring chance of the night less than midway through the first half, but the Warhawks netminder put a stop to the attempt. UW-W scored once more in the initial 45 minutes to take a 3-1 lead into the half.
The Red & White finally got on the board for the first time this season when Hailey Malloy put a Josie Kunz pass between the pipes to get the Raiders on the board. Unfortunately, the Warhawks added a fourth goal 13 minutes earlier to keep MSOE at bay, and with only two shots on net throughout the evening the Raiders fell by the final score of 4-1.
Unfortunately, the Raiders are still having a hard time finding the back of the net. They are averaging just 0.33 goals per game through three matches this season. In comparison, they averaged 1.0 through their first three last season.
WHO'S ON DECK
The quest towards victory will move forward this Saturday when the Raiders head out on the road again, this time to take on Carthage at 1:00 pm in Kenosha, Wis.