Score: Middle Tennessee 4, Western Carolina 0
Records: Western Carolina 3-3-2, Middle Tennessee, 5-2
Location: Dean Hayes Stadium
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Western Carolina women’s soccer dropped a road contest at Middle Tennessee 4-0 Sunday, after a 69-minute lightning delay, Sunday at Dean Hayes Stadium.
Inside the Box Score
- Middle Tennessee the first of its three goals in the first half 16 minutes into the match.
- With 19 minutes left in the first half, the match was delayed for 69 minutes due to lightning in the area.
- When the match resumed, Middle Tennessee scored two more goals in the final six minutes of the first half.
- The Blue Raiders tacked on their fourth goal of the match in the second half.
- Middle Tennessee had 19 shots in the match and Western Carolina had nine.
- Sophomore Natalia Icen started the match and played the first 45 minutes. She allowed three saves and took the loss falling to 1-2-1 on the season.
- Senior goalkeeper Jacquelyn Gnassi played the second half in goal for the Catamounts. She allowed one goal and had two saves.
- Senior Sayres McKenna had two of Western Carolina’s nine shots in the match.
News & Notes
- Senior Megan McCallister was back in the starting line-up after sitting out six games with an injury. She saw limited action on Friday against UT Martin.
- With the loss against Middle Tennessee, Western Carolina is suffering through its first losing streak of the season have lost two straight.
- The four goals by Middle Tennessee is the most Western Carolina has given up this season.
- Western Carolina has now given up nine goals in road games this season.
Western Carolina travels to Tampa, Fla. for a rare Thursday match at South Florida. The two teams are scheduled to hit the pitch at 7 p.m.
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