HAVEN, Pa. – Lock Haven
University women’s soccer team (0-3, 0-1 PSAC West)
dropped a tight one today (Aug. 31) to Pennsylvania
State Athletic Conference West rival California
University (Pa.) (1-1-1, 1-0 PSAC West). The game took
place during 90 minutes of torrential downpour that
bogged down the LHU offense. The lone goal came off of a
misplayed ball by a Lady Eagle defender.
Wagner (Brick, N.J./Brick Township) only faced one
shot on goal and continued to be a steady force in the LHU
Haven offense has yet to reach the back of the net but
were led today by
Sam Engard (Mechanicsburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg), who
fired off five shots, four of which were on goal. She was
helped by fellow midfielder
(Plum, Pa./Plum) who shot three
times all on net.
The game was
played heavily on the California side of the field but the
Lady Eagles couldn’t seem to get it done. They out shot
the Vulcans 30-5 but fell victim to a lone mistake.
Engard, Martz and the rest of the Lady Eagles are back in
action when they travel to PSAC West foe Slippery Rock
University on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 2 p.m.