WolfPack women’s soccer team on a 2-game slide

Clarion Staff Report

Thanks to the cancellation of its scheduled match against Milwaukee Area Technical College, the Madison College women’s soccer team will have gone two weeks without playing a match.
Chances are it has felt like a long two weeks after the team lost to Bryant and Stratton College, 3-0, in its most recent match on Aug. 31, the team’s second-straight loss and second-straight shutout of the season.
For a team that’s grown accustomed to winning, back-to-back losses have been rare, much less back-to-back shutouts.
Madison College’s next two chances to improve their 2-2-1 record comes at home against Harper College on Sept. 14 and against Finlandia University on Sept. 17.
The WolfPack took only four shots against Bryant and Stratton compared to 15 shots for their opponent.
Bryant and Stratton scored its first goal almost 30 minutes into the match, then added two more in the second half.
So far this season has gotten nine goals in five matches. Madison Johnson has led the team with three goals and three assists. Mahala Frey and Kierstin McHugh have both scored two goals. Other scoring has come from Lexi Kulow and Liz Foye, both with one goal.