Oct. 8, 1999
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
* UNLV at Wyoming - UNLV 3-2 - Box Score
The University of Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer team lost to the UNLV Runnin' Rebels today 3-2 at the UW Soccer Stadium. The game was decided in the 87th minute when UNLV's Anita Pedford headed the ball in to break the tied score.
The Cowgirls started off well and scored in the first minute of play, by junior, Megan Marsh, who got past UNLV's goalie with an assist by freshman, Marci Crank. The second goal for the Cowgirls came in the 64th minute, when junior, Kelly McShane found the back of the net and added another goal to her three goals previous of the season.
UNLV would score at 31:45, 61:56 and 87:19 to make the score 3-2 UNLV.
Offensively for the Cowgirls, Anne Maddock led with four shots on the night, while four other Cowgirls would shoot twice. The Cowgirls would have thirteen shots, six of which were on goal.
The Cowgirls will continue play on Sunday, Oct.12, 1999 against San Diego State, who have been ranked nationally this season.
Quotes from head coach Anne Moore ---
?They came out for the first time really ready to play, which was a positive. But, we have a tendency to play to our competitions level, instead of staying on stop and continuing to dominate, we have spells where we think 'Oh, this girl is not as fast, so I can slow down a little bit'.
?We tend to shift to the level of our competition. For example, with Arizona State, we stepped up to their level, even though they were technically and physically faster and better, we stepped up our game and played on their level. We tend to go with what ever the other team throws at us, which is what we talked about at half time.
?We started off so strong and then we went back to how we have played in the past. You see sparks of such good play, and then they get up and they are getting on a roll and then to let that down is frustrating.?