Women's Soccer Falls to #3 Portland
With the victory, the Pilots (14-3-0, 6-0-0) clinched the WCC title with one game remaining.
The 2007 season comes to an end for the Waves (5-7-6, 2-3-1) next Saturday (Nov. 10) at Gonzaga.
“To be fair,
A series of quick passes upfield led to
It stayed 1-0 for a long time. The Waves, who were outshot 12-3, could get the ball into
The Pilots got their second goal with less than five minutes left. After a corner kick, the ball was deflected around in front of the goal, and Winters got her body on it. She knocked the ball back to Woznuk, who hit a hard drive from a few yards away that went inside the right post for her seventh goal of the season.
Pepperdine junior goalkeeper Kayla Stolte (Santee, Calif./West Hills HS) made six saves and did well on a couple of occasions to stop the Pilots from scoring more than twice.
The Waves ended their home season with a 4-3-4 record at Rokus Field. They have never had a losing season at home in the program’s 15 seasons.
PEP (5-7-6, 2-3-1) 0 0 = 0
POR (14-3-0, 6-0-0) 1 1 = 2
Goals: Michelle Enyeart (Sophie Schmidt, Keelin Winters), POR, 2:03; Angie Woznuk (Keelin Winters), POR, 85:16.
Shots: PEP 3, POR 12.