Bobcats Too Much For Storm in 3-0 Decision

Bobcats Too Much For Storm in 3-0 Decision

PAINESVILLE, Ohio - The Lake Erie women's soccer team suffered a 3-0 loss to West Virginia Wesleyan College on Tuesday (Oct. 27) at Slattery Field.   The Bobcats (10-6-1) scored with 30 seconds remaining in the first half, then put the Storm (6-11-2) away in the second half with a pair of goals in the final 20 minutes.  

Sarah Snyder scored the first-half goal, sliding the ball just past goalkeeper Jaimie Nelson (Las Vegas, Nev./Las Vegas) inside the left post, just seconds before the end of the half.  

Hannah Macormic and Meghan Zayas added the second half goals for West Virginia Wesleyan.  

Lake Erie struggled to put together an offensive attack, taking on 30 shots from the Bobcats. Nelson made 11 saves in her 90 minutes in net for the Storm.  

Lake Erie's only shot came from Kaitlyn Holland (Pickerinton, Ohio/Pickerington North) with 17 minutes left in the game.  

Caroline Lalley and Madison Edwards picked up the clean sheet for the Bobcats.  

The Storm will close the season with a 12 p.m. kickoff against the Tiffin Dragons at Slattery Field on Sunday (Nov. 1). The game will be the first of a doubleheader with the men's team.