Women's soccer season ends quickly
The Eastern Michigan women’s soccer team lost, 4-2, in penalty kicks to the Western Michigan Broncos in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament last Saturday.
The Eagles outshot the Broncos 18-10 in the No. 4 vs. No. 5 seed game, which ended regulation scoreless.
Stephanie Clarke and Paige Sheridan found the back of the net to put the Eagles up 2-1 in the shootout. But EMU wasn’t able to finish, as the Broncos went on to score three more.
This brings EMU’s season to an abrupt end.
It also ends the college career of goalie Monique Budani, who ended her career with 23 shut outs, second all-time for the Eagles. She also had the single-season saves record.
The EMU women’s golf team finished 14th on Tuesday at the Challenge at Onion Creek in Austin, Texas.
The Eagles’ highest scorer was redshirt freshman Alyssa Kwon, who finished 29th and posted a score of 227 through 54 holes.
The team will take a break from playing until Feb. 13.
Then, they will head back to Texas for the Claud Jacobs Challenge.