After a successful home series last weekend, the Nevada Wolf Pack looked to keep their momentum going, but fell short against the Colorado State Rams 3-2.
The match saw tons of action, as there were a total of five goals scored. Three goals specifically in the first half. The first goal of the game would be scored by Ram’s senior Gracie Armstrong, who scored her fifth of the season. Three minutes later, Armstrong would assist the Ram’s second goal, which was scored by senior Kristen Noonan.
Just before the half ended, senior Casey Crawford scored her first goal of the season with six seconds left to cut the Rams lead to one.
Freshman Trinity Sandridge helped the Pack tie up the game at two with her third goal of the season. This goal was assisted by freshman Emily Rich and scored just under four minutes into the second half.
The Rams wouldn’t take too long to answer back as junior Kaitlyn Abrams scored 15 seconds after the Pack’s goal. This goal was assisted once against by Gracie Armstrong, who finished the game with a goal and two assists.
The Pack would finish the game with 17 shots compared to the Ram’s 19. Sandridge, Rich, and Crawford would all lead the Pack with three shots each. Rich’s one assist in the game would add to her season total giving her four on the year. Senior Kendal Stovall would finish the game with three saves and three goals allowed.
The Nevada soccer team will head to Wyoming to compete against the Cowgirls on Sunday at 10 A.M.