The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team scored yet another win when they left the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Jaguars in the dust Sept. 7 with a final score of 2-0. The win puts the team at a 2-2-1 record.
After winning their last game against Lamar University in their final match of the UTSA Classic Sept. 2, these women were determined to win.
The game started off slow, with multiple fouls against both teams. The Eagles led the game with a total of eight fouls, while IUPUI only had six. Eastern had 16 total shots on goal and Indiana had 12.
EMU sophomore forward Angela Vultaggio set the game off by making the first goal shot.
Vultaggio helped her team get to victory. She made one shot, one assist, zero fouls and played 79 minutes. This was her third goal for the season.
The game started to slow down again until junior Cara Cutaia and Vultaggio stepped back in with another team goal.
Vultaggio assisted Cutaia in gaining her first goal of the season. Cutaia had one goal, zero assists, two shots on goal and played 72 minutes.
IUPUI mid-fielder Taylor Heidron led her team with three shots, one shot on goal and no fouls. She played a total of 87 minutes. Ashley Doreski made two shots, two shots on goal and had zero fouls.
The Eagles kept their heads in the game and were more than determined to win.
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