Fort Hays State, Nebraksa-Kearney both trump Ichabods

#15 Bailey Wobbig scores a goal with a breakaway against the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers.  The ending score was 1-3.



TOPEKA, Kan. — The Washburn Ichabod soccer team fell 1-0 to Fort Hays State on Friday night at Yager Stadium.

The teams were tied at the end of the first half as the Ichabods outshot the Tigers 5 to 4 as both teams had two shots on goal. The Tigers broke the tie in the 59th minute when Hailey Davis scored her third goal of the season on an assist from Kylee Loneker from 10 yards out for the eventual match-winning goal.

The Tigers outshot the Ichabods 10 to 2 in the second half and 14 to 7 overall for the match. Jenna Cunningham attempted three shots to lead the Ichabods and had one shot on goal. Tori Fuglisterhad six saves in net for the Ichabods.

The Ichabods faced the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Sunday, Oct. 26 in a pink out game. The Washburn Ichabod soccer team outshot its opponents from Nebraska-Kearney but two early Lopers goals were too much to overcome in a 3-1 loss on Sunday afternoon at Yager Stadium. Washburn will wrap up the home slate on Friday against Emporia State at 6 p.m. in the second edition of the Turnpike Tussle.

The Lopers jumped on the board first in the seventh minute when Montanna Hosterman scored her fourth goal of the season from 30 yards out on an assist from Meaghan Pasbrig. The Lopers added another goal in the 14th minute as Carly Brown scored her first goal of the season on an assist from Delanie Phillips as UNK took a 2-0 lead into the break.

UNK stretched its lead to 3-0 in the 50th minute when Hosterman scored unassistsed off a free kick 40 yards away. Neither team would score unitl the 75th minute when Washburn’s Bailey Wobig scored her first goal of the season off an assist from Morgan El-Attrache on a breakaway goal cutting the Loper lead to 3-1, but Washburn (0-15-1, 0-11-1 MIAA) would get no closer.

Washburn outshot the Lopers (4-10-2, 4-7-1 MIAA) 13 to 11 in the match, but the Lopers attempted eight shots on goal compared to seven for the Ichabods Tori Fuglister recorded five saves in net for Washburn. With her five saves Fuglister became Washburn’s all-time saves leader with 323 passing Jenna Hatlestad who had recorded 319 in her career.

Jenna Cunningham, Emily Stauffer, Tori Devonshire and Audra Keehn all had two shots to lead Washburn. Devonshire had two shots on goal for the Ichabods.