Women’s soccer team gets its groove back

Bailey Ayres, Sports Editor

The Madison College women’s soccer team is getting its groove back. It has won three of its last four games, and hopes to continue to keep the season going strong.

In its most recent game, played at historic Breese Stevens Field on Sept. 30, Madison College shutout Joliet Junior College, 2-0.

Lindsay Kraemer opened the scoring for Madison College with an unassisted goal a little more than 14 minutes into the game.

Breanne Kreklow added another goal later in the half off of a pass from Katie Travis.

Although they didn’t score again for the rest of the game, the WolfPack kept the pressure on. The team took 19 shots compared to five for Joliet.

The win put Madison College’s record at 7-5 overall and 4-5 in conference. Madison College has three more regular season games to go until the playoffs, which start on Oct. 15.

The WolfPack’s next game is Oct. 5 at Milwaukee at Milwaukee Area Technological College, a team they beat earlier this year, 14-0. After that, the team plays the College of DuPage on Oct. 7 and Harper College on Oct. 12.

Madison College 5, Elgin Community College 2

Arianna Viscarra led Madison College to a 5-2 victory at Elgin Community College on Sept. 25. Viscarra scored three goals, while Kraemer and Travis both added a goal. Goalie Brandie Gospodarek made seven saves.

Rock Valley College 2, Madison College 1

Madison College fell to Rock Valley College, 2-1, on Sept. 28. Kraemer scored the only goal of the game for the WolfPack. Gospodarek made 12 saves during the game.