Women's Soccer Narrowly Falls at MSJ


StanleyCINCINNATI, OHIO -- The College of Mount St. Joseph scored the lone goal of the match in the second half to claim a 1-0 women's soccer victory over Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology on Saturday.

The evenly contested match featured 11 shots for each team.  Andrea Caldwell scored the lone goal in the 58th minute on a penalty kick call to give the Lions the offense.  Madison Freeman recorded seven saves in net for Mount St. Joseph in the shutout.

Senior Julie Brennan (Indianapolis/Pike) led the Rose-Hulman defensive effort with eight saves.  Graduate student Annmarie Stanley (Warrenville, Ill./Rosary) led the offensive attack with three shots.

Other Rose-Hulman players with two shots included freshman Mackenzie Christensen (New Glarus, Wis.), sophomore Amanda Kingman (Plano, Texas/Senior) and freshman Nicky Wheeler (Avon).

Mount St. Joseph improved to 2-8-1, while Rose-Hulman stands 3-7.  The Fightin' Engineers return to action on Wednesday at St. Mary-of-the-Woods.