Kansas State soccer falls to 5-8-2 on the season after a late second-half aim by Texas Tech ahead Ashleigh Williams.
Texas Tech took an early command within the first half, ushering three photographs with one shot on aim within the first 21 minutes of play. Okay-State responded by sustaining stable possession and creating many shot alternatives all through the remainder of the half.
Within the twenty seventh minute of regulation, goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer made a diving save try off Texas Tech ahead Ashleigh Williams’ shot. The shot rolled into the online, however the aim was referred to as again due to an offsides penalty on the Pink Raiders.
Okay-State ended the half with six photographs and one shot on aim to Texas Tech’s 4 photographs and one shot on aim.
The Wildcats gained early momentum popping out of halftime. Retaining possession of the ball and advancing into placing distance, Okay-State recorded 4 photographs within the early phases of the second half.
Riley Baker’s last-second shot secures Wildcat’s victory
The Pink Raiders responded with a aim within the 77th minute of play, scoring off a header from ahead Ashleigh Williams to make the rating 1-0 Texas Tech.
Okay-State tried to reply all through the rest of the sport. The Wildcats created a scoring alternative for midfielder Adah Anderson, however the shot narrowly missed the highest of the aim put up. The Wildcats ended the sport with one other alternative to attain from a nook kick, although it fell quick.
Kyler Goins was the participant to observe from Okay-State. She recorded 4 photographs within the first half, ending the night time with six complete and setting the report for many photographs in a senior season with 45.
Kansas State performs its subsequent match at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 16, in opposition to Oklahoma at Buser Household Stadium.
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