Wayne State women's soccer season ends with loss to Concordia-St. Paul
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Wayne State women's soccer season ends with loss to Concordia-St. Paul

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ST. PAUL, Minn. — Top-seeded Concordia-St. Paul scored two early goals to defeat Wayne State College 2-0 Wednesday afternoon in the opening round of the NSIC Women’s Soccer Tournament in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Golden Bears advance to the semi-finals Saturday with a 16-1-2 record while WSC ends the year at 6-9-4 after qualifying for the NSIC Tournament for the first time since 2006.

The first score of the contest came at the 15:21 mark when Concordia-St. Paul’s Leah Johnson found the back of the net with an assist from Hannah Pavek for a 1-0 Golden Bear lead.

Just over five minutes later, the Golden Bears scored again as Nikki Anderson scored with assists from Leah Johnson and Hannah Pedersen for a 2-0 CSP advantage.

WSC senior goalkeeper Rachel Grisham recorded eight saves in the contest while allowing two goals.

Wayne State ends the season with a 6-9-4 record.

            Senior goalkeeper Rachel Grisham recorded eight saves in the contest while allowing two goals.

            Wayne State ends the season with a 6-9-4 record

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