INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Northern Michigan University women’s soccer team managed six shots Sunday against the Greyhounds of the University of Indianapolis as four of the shots were on goal. NMU dropped its first game of the season 4-1 to UIndy. NMU split this weekend on its road trip as they now stand 1-1 on the season. UIndy improves to 2-0.
With the Greyhounds leading 2-0, NMU got on the board when Becky Schmidt knocked home her first goal at 69:01 of the contest. UIndy added two more goals for the final margin.
Kara Music began the game in goal for the Wildcats and gave up three of the goals. She had three saves in a little over 76 minutes of play. She was replaced in front of the net by Jessica Baker who played a little under 14 minutes. Baker gave up a goal and had a save.
UIndy had 12 shots for the game with eight being on goal. Corner kicks were in the slight favor of the home team at three to two.
NMU will play its next two games away from Marquette as they are at Concordia-St. Paul Saturday (Sept. 5) and at Minnesota-Duluth Labor Day Monday (Sept. 7).
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