Women’s Soccer Season Ends with Defeat in Semifinals

Posted on 14 November 2017 by Ian Schrauth

Lady Archers end the season with a record 10-7

 

By: Ashley Biundo
Sports Editor

 

STLCC women’s soccer comes to an end with a record of 10-. The team made it all the way to the Semi-finals, cutting short against MCC-Blue River with a score of 2-0 on Oct. 27.soccer

“Women’s soccer has grown since the beginning of the season,” said Patrick Niehaus, student assistant for women’s soccer team.

Niehaus said the team began the season with only nine girls.

Jason Howard, the head coach, said he had a very talented group this year.

“I think that we did well overall. We definitely played better at home. The numbers supported that we had a winning record on the road, but I don’t think it tells the whole story there,” said Niehaus.“We seemed to struggle a lot more against teams who were as good as us. We seemed to lack the intensity necessary to win games against them. 10-7 is better than the last few years though, which is a big step in the right direction. I expect Jason and Nate will continually build off that to improve the program and get where they want
to go.”

 

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