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Women’s soccer ends three-game losing streak with win against Wheaton

Since our last publication, the Women’s Soccer Team has played two games, one of which was their second in-conference game of the season against the Washington University of St. Louis  Bears. The second game they played this past week was against the Wheaton College Lyons. The Judges lost against the Bears 0-4 and they won 1-0 against the Lyons. The women’s soccer team currently holds an overall season record of 6-3-3. There are five regular-season games remaining to be played on the Judges’ season schedule. 

In their first away University Athletic Association (UAA) game of the season, the Judges faced the WashU Bears. This game was held on Saturday, Oct. 7. The Bears started off strong and kept up their momentum, scoring three goals before the half. Though, their momentum slowed in the second half when they only scored one goal five minutes into the half. Coming away from this game, the Judges had lost three consecutive games.

Heading into their second game, the Judges faced the Lyons at Wheaton College on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The Judges started off strong, dominating the play in the first half and maintaining their momentum throughout the game. The first and only goal of the game was scored by the Judges in the 44th minute of play. The goal was scored by Madison Sansone ’26 off of an assist from Zareena Mann ’27. The total stats for this game included the Judges out-shooting the Lyons 25-6 with 11 shots on goal by the Judges.

Looking ahead, the Women’s Soccer Team will be hosting the University of Chicago in a match at home on Saturday, Oct. 14th at 11 a.m.

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