SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The University of Indianapolis women’s soccer team fell in a 1-0 contest to the Prairie Stars of Illinois Springfield. The loss moves the Greyhounds to 1-3-3 on the season.
HOW IT HAPPENED
The action was slow to start with the first shot of the contest coming at the 14th minute, a low left ball off the foot of UIS’s Madison Grandys saved by UIndy’s MaKenna Nickens. UIS sent two more shots towards goal before the 33rd minute of play, when the Prairie Stars put on the eventual decider. The Hounds went shotless in the first half.
The first shot for the Hounds came off of Kiki Sauceda at the 60th minute, missing right. Stephanie Brady and Maria Herrero both added shots in the second, neither on target. The Prairie Stars kept pushing on the attack, grabbing seven corners in the contest, and sending 12 shots in the contest.
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE
– The Hounds led the Prairie Stars in fouls with 14-7.
– UIS had one yellow card in the contest
– Nickens recorded four saves in the loss
UIndy stays on the road for a match-up with Lewis on Sunday. Action kicks off at 1 pm in Romeoville, Ill.