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Nevada soccer falls to Colorado College

Nevada soccer falls to Colorado College (Nevada athletics)

After tying to the Boise State Broncos for the first time since 2006, the Wolf Pack soccer team took on the Colorado College Tigers, where they would lose the contest 2-0.

The Tigers had an explosive first half. The team in total took 17 shots in the half. Compared to the Pack’s three shots in the half. Senior Kendal Stovall would be able to save six of those shots, but the Tigers would be able to get on the board first. Senior Jacqui Hand would be able to score for Tigers on a rebound off a penalty kick. No other goals would be scored in the half.

It would be a similar half for both teams, as the Tigers out shot the Pack 13 to two. Stovall would add four more saves to her total, but the Tigers would add another to their lead. Freshman Kaelin Enga would score her first career goal with the Tigers, and give the team the 2-0 win.

Stovall would finish the game with 10 saves. The Pack would lead the game in fouls with 14 compared to the Tigers on nine. All five of the Pack’s shots would come from different members of the team.

The Nevada soccer team will stay in Colorado and compete against the Air Force Falcons on Sunday at 11 A.M.

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