Cowgirl Soccer Loses One Goal Game at San Diego State

Oct. 15, 2004


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The University of Wyoming women's soccer team lost 1-0 to conference foe San Diego State in San Diego, Cailf., on Friday. With the loss UW falls to 7-4-4, while SDSU moves to 4-6-5.

In a statistically even contest and after a scoreless first half, the Aztecs notched the game's only score when forward Jen Klunder headed a cross into the Cowgirl net at 76:56 in the second half. SDSU's Noelle Jouglet assisted on the goal.

The Aztecs now lead the all-time series with UW, 4-1-1.

Junior forward Mercy Adetoye led the Cowgirls with three shots, while senior Mari Gomes added two. Freshman Ashley Sheppard got the start in goal for Wyoming and notched six saves.

"This was really a pretty ugly soccer game," said UW head coach Anne Moore. "It was a major battle and a very physical contest.

"We had several near-goals, that did not count and then we just did not convert on other shots.

"This team now needs to rebound in an important conference game with UNLV on Sunday."

Next up for the Cowgirls is a match-up with the UNLV Rebels in Las Vegas this Sunday, Oct. 17. The game will get underway at 12 p.m. (PST). Pending the outcome of today's match-up with New Mexico, UNLV is 8-3-2 coming into their game with Wyoming.