first_imgStory Links PDF Box Score “UMKC was a tough team tonight,” said head coach Lindsey Horner. “We were locked in our own end for much of the first half unable to solve their pressure. In the second half, the game was played more in the middle third, but we didn’t win the midfield battle for first and second balls. That’s difficult to go on the road and create chances when we are absorbing their attack created from 50/50 balls.” Next Game: Full Schedule Roster Live Stats Lexie Howard and Reighan Childers each scored one goal for the Kangaroos. The Bulldogs managed just one shot on goal and four shots total, all coming in the second half, as they were shutout for the third-straight match. Senior Vanessa Kavan (Lincoln, Neb.) had the team’s lone shot on goal. Freshman Libby Helverson (West Des Moines, Iowa), junior Shelley Lyjak (Bartlett, Ill.) and sophomore Sam Nosler (Westfield, Ind.) each finished with one shot.center_img KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Drake University women’s soccer team lost at UMKC, 2-0, Friday night. UMKC (4-1-0) scored a pair of second-half goals against Drake (1-4-0). Preview Watch Live at North Dakota State 9/2/2018 – 1 PM Drake closes its season-long six-match road trip Sunday at North Dakota State. First kick against the Bison is set for 1 p.m. as the Bulldogs look to stop their three game losing streak. Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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