Cowgirl Soccer Adds Another Tough Loss to Record

Oct. 23, 1999

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

The University of Wyoming Cowgirlsoccer team lost another tough game today against the Utah Utes 3-0. TheUtes came out shooting and scored in the 2nd minute of play. They wouldadd another goal to their score before half time and then got one morein the second half of play.

The Cowgirls were outshot by the Utes thirty-seven to twelve, howeverthe team had some key players out of the game due to injuries from theBYU game played Thursday. Katrina Morton was injured in the second halfand had to come out, as well as Kelly McShane and Sarah Stephens.

The Cowgirls adding shots to their stats today were, Laura Miceli,Kelly McShane, who is now leading the Cowgirls in shots with thirty-six,Sarah Stephens, and Marci Crank. Kelly McShane led offensively withfour shots on the day.

UW freshman goalkeeper Sarah Kuyper started her first career game today and played theentire 90 minutes. She finished with eleven saves.

The Cowgirls next and last opponent of the regular season is EasternWashington. They will match up with them on Sunday, Oct. 31, at 12:00pm.

Quotes from head coach Anne Moore ----

?We started off very slow, and were pretty beat up from BYU. KatrinaMorton and Kelly McShane were both injured in the second half and had tocome out. Sarah Stephens, left the BYU game due to injury, but did playin the game today.

?We did pretty well defensively, but offensively we had no attack.Players just weren't getting forward and were a bit slow. In the secondhalf we stepped up our play a bit, but it was too little too late.

?We had a lot of players in different positions, but it was definitelynot our best effort.?