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BOURBONNAIS, Illi. – Indiana Wesleyan women’s soccer used a two-goal second half Friday, downing Olivet Nazarene 3-1. Both squads scored goals in the first half off penalty kicks.

 

BY THE NUMBERS

  • Lauren Turnercollected five points Friday, scoring in the 20th and 68th minute while helping out teammate Sydney Brown in the 59th minute with her goal. Turner now has five goals on the season.
  • Clois Jonesearned her first career assist in the 68th minute, assisting Turner.
  • Each team committed 13 fouls, while IWU earned two yellows and ONU earned one.

 

SEIFFERT PERSPECTIVE

  • I’m really impressed with the grit and resolve that our team showed today. We did not play our best and credit to Olivet Nazarene for really coming out with intensity from the start. Our girls battled and stepped up our fight and intensity as the match progressed. We learned a lot from this game and had to call upon player after player in this match. It is a short turn around now so we will have to rest up and prepare for our next match tomorrow.

 

WHAT’S NEXT

  • IWU wraps up their Chicagoland trip tomorrow, facing Trinity International at 4:30 p.m.