The McPherson College women's soccer team wrapped up their season with a 4-1 loss at home to the 16th ranked Oklahoma Wesleyan University Eagles.
The Eagles did all of their damage in the first half, scoring all four goals in the opening 45 minutes. The Eagles scored their first goal in the 16th minute, and then scored their second goal just three minutes later. Their third came in the 23rd minute and their final goal in the 29th. For the final 15 minutes of the first half, and the first 21 minutes of the second half, there was a lull in the action. In the 67th minute, the Bulldogs got on the board when Madison Hall scored on a free kick.
Abby Jantz was in goal for the Bulldogs, filling in for the injured Christie Silber, and took the loss. She faced six shots on goal from the Eagles, and came away with two saves.
With the loss, the Bulldogs finish the season at 1-15-1, and 1-10-1 in the KCAC. They have the bulk of their talent on both sides of the ball returning for next season, so the future of Bulldog women's soccer looks bright. Had they been able to stay healthy this season, things would have probably turned out differently. As it turned out, a lot of their younger players saw a lot of quality time on the pitch this year, which should serve them well next season.