Bison soccer loses close game on road
Published: Thursday, September 20, 2012
Updated: Thursday, September 20, 2012 12:09
The NDSU women’s soccer team faced Missouri State Sunday, losing 0-1 in a hard-fought game.
Sierra Bonham made two saves for the Bison in the first half, leaving the first with zeros all around.
At the 51st-minute, Lauren Wendt of Missouri State made a pass to teammate Rachel Weimer, who hit a successful shot on goal, the first and only of the game.
The loss leaves the Bison with a record of 3-6-0 for the season. The Bison’s Sunday opponent left the match with a record of 5-5-1.
NDSU redshirt freshman goalkeeper Sierra Bonham made a total of four saves in the match, letting only Wendt’s goal in throughout the game.
Missouri State held the advantage with 13 shots, but the Bison limited Missouri State to just five shots on goal.
The Bison ended the game with four shots and three shots on goal. Junior Steph Jacobson led NDSU with two shots and one shot on goal.
North Dakota State midfielder Holly Christian and forward Mary Krambeer ended the game with one shot and one shot on goal each.
Missouri State goalkeeper Chelsea Voet made three saves to record the shut out for the team.
The Bison will host their alumni exhibition match at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Ellig Sports Complex. NDSU opens Summit League play on Saturday, Sept. 29, when they host South Dakota State.