Lady Chaps Come Up Short at Midwestern William M. Brito October 28, 2021 Christian University WICHITA FALLS, Texas (October 27, 2021) – Lubbock Christian University’s women’s football team allowed just one goal, but Midwestern State made sure that was enough in a 1-0 LCU loss on Wednesday at Stang Park. The Lady Chaps (7-5-2, 4-5-1) had four shots on goal in the game and the Mustangs (9-3-3, 6-1-3) had just one. more. MSU connected to one of the 33rd minute however, and LCU was never able to get the equalizer. Lubbock Christian actually took the first shot of the match, because Avery jennings missed wide right just 1:02 into the match, and Lady Chap forward Lindsey Elison provided the first shot on goal for either team in the 18e minute, but it was recorded. Julie shahi had another LCU offensive chance in the 30e minute, sending a nice flexing shot into the upper right corner of about 20 yards, but the MSU goalkeeper stepped in to make the save. The Mustangs didn’t get their first shot on goal of the game until the 33rd minute, and Hannah sage pushed him over the crossbar for a corner kick. MSU got another corner kick 30 seconds later and converted this time, securing the final game winner from Cassidy Savoy. Midwestern State nearly doubled their lead early in the second half with two more shots on goal, but Wise was their two saves each time. She made four saves in the game in total. The Lady Chaps had two very good chances to tie the game in the last period. The first was another shot from Elison in the 68e minute, but it was fair against the Mustang’s goalie. Then with just five minutes Makenna pâté intercepted a pass in midfield, pushed forward about 15 yards before pushing a shot at MSU’s goal. Her effort was impressive, but the goalie was there to stop what would have been a heroic equalizer. After two consecutive road games, Lubbock Christian will now return home to host St. Edward’s in another important game of the Lone Star Conference. The Lady Chaps and Hilltoppers will kick off on Saturday at 1 p.m. at LCU Soccer & Track Complex. Source link Related posts: Ohio Valley Faith Calendar | News, Sports, Jobs Game Day: Colonels face Abilene Christian on Saturday in Richmond Win Streak ends in Concho Valley, as LCU falls in straight sets Syracuse alumnus Riley Christian makes “Bachelor” history, details life after “Paradise” Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.