HASTINGS, Neb.-The Dakota Wesleyan University women's soccer team put up a fight on the road against No. 23 Hastings College on Saturday, but didn't quite have enough to spring the upset as the Tigers fell, 3-1, in Great Plains Athletic Conference play.
The Broncos scored 10 minutes into the game, but DWU was able to keep them at bay throughout the remainder of the first half to end into halftime trailing just 1-0.
Hastings was able to extend the lead during the early stages of the second half, but Cierra Asmann was able to put the Tigers on the board in the 69th minute with an unassisted marker. The momentum lasted exactly one minute, though, as Hastings scored once again to put the game out of reach.
Hannah Bowes made 10 saves in the loss for Dakota Wesleyan (3-7, 1-4 GPAC), which plays at Dordt on Monday.
No. 4 Hastings pulls away from DWU men
HASTINGS, Neb.-The Dakota Wesleyan University men's soccer team had a daunting task in facing No. 4 Hastings on the road Saturday, but the Tiger defense was up to the task in the first half, before the Broncos scored three goals in 11 minutes during the second half to pull away for a 4-0 win.
Hastings (9-2, 6-0 GPAC) fired 18 shots on the DWU goal in the first half, but the Tigers were able to head into the intermission down 1-0. The Broncos would get a goal in the 49th minute by Fernando Lisboa to extend the lead, followed by a goal by Jorge Lopez in the 54th minute and another in the 60th by Daniel Whitehall.
Dakota Wesleyan (4-6, 1-3 GPAC) plays at Dordt on Monday.