Late Half Goals Doom Panthers
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Dominican women's soccer team couldn't answer three late second half goals Sunday afternoon and fell to the visiting Huskies of Michigan Tech by the score of 4-1.
Michigan Tech's (9-3-1; 6-1-1 GLIAC) Alyssa Hynnek broke things open with a goal at the 38:09 mark of the opening half. Hynnek went on a breakaway to the 10 yard line and scored into the bottom right hand corner.
At the 44:39 mark, freshman Madison Baldwin (Zanesville, Ohio) chipped a ball over goalkeeper Jenna Phelps head to give the Panthers (8-5-2, 5-4-1 GLIAC) the 1-1 tie. Freshman Kelly Johnson (Berea, Ohio) passed the ball to the 10 yard line for Baldwin's goal.
The Huskies closed the first half with a 6-3 advantage in shots.
In the 68th minute, MTU's Jacqueline Mielke gave the Huskies a 2-1 lead after going one-on-one with goalkeeper junior Laura Clark (Lapeer, Mich.), who dove to her right, but could not stop Mielke's shot.
The Huskies added another tally at the 86:12 mark when Haley Crites passed Katie Boardman a ball to the box, and connected to the bottom right corner for her fifth goal of the season and the 3-1 lead.
A minute later, Boardman notched her sixth goal when she sent a bouncing ball from the 40 yard line over Clark's head.
Michigan Tech dominated the second half, outshooting the Panthers 11-5 and 17-8 for the game.
Ohio Dominican will close out the regular season with road trips to Lake Erie and Ashland. The Panthers and the Storm will square off on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. and will play the Eagles on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m.
Contact: Sarah Twiggs
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