Women’s soccer improves 5-0-3 overall

Junior midfielder Marie Ipock splits two Adams State defenders and readies to fire the ball as the rain falls on Metro’s double OT tie versus the Grizzlies Sept. 27 at Auraria Field. 
Photo by Courtland Wilson • cwils104@msudenver.edu
Junior midfielder Marie Ipock splits two Adams State defenders and readies to fire the ball as the rain falls on Metro’s double OT tie versus the Grizzlies Sept. 27 at Auraria Field.  Photo by Courtland Wilson • cwils104@msudenver.edu

Junior midfielder Marie Ipock splits two Adams State defenders and readies to fire the ball as the rain falls on Metro’s double OT tie versus the Grizzlies Sept. 27 at Auraria Field.
Photo by Courtland Wilson • cwils104@msudenver.edu

Metro women’s soccer played to a 1-1 draw against Adams State University Sept. 27 at Auraria Field.

Junior forward Brandi Farley scored the lone goal for the Roadrunners in the fourth minute of the game off a pass from junior forward Abby Rolph.

Farley’s shot hit off the Grizzlies goalie and carried into the goal off the momentum of the shot.

The Roadrunners controlled the second half, leading with a 13-4 shot advantage, but it was the Grizzlies who were able to score, when Dezirae Armijo scored off a free kick that got past Roadrunner freshman goalie Nicole Jablonski in the 66th minute.

The Runners held a 28-7 shot advantage over the Grizzlies, with a 12-5 advantage of shots on goal.

In the 4-1 win over New Mexico Highlands University Sept. 28 in Las Vegas, N.M., four different players scored in the first half.

The win improved the Roadrunners to 5-0-3 overall and 3-0-1 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.

Scoring for the Roadrunners were junior forward Karisa Price (4:31), sophomore midfielder Jordan Post (27:18), senior midfielder Becca Medina converted a penalty kick for a 3-0 lead, and freshman defender Alexie Marr scored the final goal at 38:54 off a header from senior midfielder Nicole Pollack.

 

Compiled by Angelita Foster 

amayer1@msudenver.edu

@angel_themet

 

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