UNIVERSITY CENTER — The Saginaw Valley State Women's Soccer team took on Ferris State University in a regional action matchup at Braddock Field Friday afternoon. The Bulldogs would go on to take the victory, 2-1, giving #13 SVSU Cardinals their first loss of the season.
SVSU falls to 3-1-1 overall, while Ferris State heads to 5-1.
Ferris State led the first half of the contest against the Cardinals. At the 31' mark of action, the Bulldogs posted one in the back of the net taking the lead, 1-0.
FSU's offense stayed aggressive for the remainder of the half, finding a shot between the posts one final time, pushing the lead to 2-0 at the halftime break.
Former GLIAC defensive player of the week, Amanda Minissale, nodded a shot in the goal from Abby Babon at the 53' mark of action. Minissale's second goal of the season cuts the Bulldog lead in half as the Cardinals trailed 2-1.
Even with Saginaw Valley posting adding three in shots on goal in the final half, they were unable to notch in another after the ninety-minute action had concluded.
The Bulldogs take the win, 2-1, giving the #13 Cardinals their first loss of the season.
Inside the Box Score:
- Alyssa Watts (L, 3-1-1) would take the loss to the Bulldogs, posting three saves with five shots
- Sarah Ismail and Lindsay Stroebel had two shots each
- Minissale would record the only goal for the Cardinals on her solo shot of the contest
- Molly Vanderhoff and Kylie Lukowski each had one shot on goal
The Cardinals will continue with another regional matchup against cross town rivals, Northwood, on Sunday beginning at noon on Braddock Field. Video and live stats will be available on the svsucardinals.com women's soccer schedule page.
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