MEQUON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Lutheran College women's soccer team surrendered three goals within six minutes in the second half in a 4-0 loss to Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference rival Concordia Wisconsin Tuesday afternoon in the Warriors' season finale at Fitting Field.
WHERE THEY STAND
- The Warriors finished the 2014 campaign 5-13-2 overall and 2-8-0 in the NACC to tie for eighth place in the conference. The Falcons moved to 13-5-0 and hold an 8-2-0 mark in the NACC, good for the No. 2 seed in the upcoming NACC Tournament.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Anna Hirssig opened the scoring in the 23rd minute, recording her eighth goal of the season from 10 yards out off of an assist from Emily Ciesielczyk.
- In the 60th minute, Jaclyn Theune found the back of the net unassisted from the edge of the box for her third goal of the season.
- Brittany Klumpp scored a breakaway goal in the 65th minute for her 18th goal of the season.
- Just over a minute later, Ciesielczyk was assisted by Hirssig in depositing her seventh goal of the campaign.
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE
- CUW outshot WLC 33-5, led by eight shots by Carley Pfannerstill.
- Mandy Schnell (Milwaukee, Wis./Martin Luther) attempted a team-high two shots for the Warriors.
- Rachel Sebald (Menomonee Falls, Wis./Wisconsin Lutheran) corralled nine saves. increasing her NACC-leading total to 140 for the season. Falcons' goalkeeper Ariana Worthing stopped all four of the Warriors' shots on goal.