WINONA, Minn. – The tables were turned on the Northern Michigan University women’s soccer team on Sunday. NMU was shutout by Winona State by a count of 2-0. Entering the game NMU had recorded five shutouts in its first six games. The Wildcats fall to 4-2-1 on the season while the Warriors improve to 6-2-0.
WSU scored a goal in each half for the win. Kayla Walters gave the home team the 1-0 lead at 39:59. Amelia Kasten scored the second goal of the day at 87:49.
The ‘Cats had four shots for the game. Only one shot was on-goal and that was by Renee LeBlanc. WSU had 12 shots as seven were on target. Kara Music went the distance for the ‘Cats in goal, she ended the afternoon with five saves. The Warriors had six corner kicks to four for the ‘Cats.
NMU will play its next two games at home. First up is Northwood on Friday (Sept. 21) and then Saginaw Valley State on Sunday (Sept. 23).
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