Day scored NKU's only goal on Sunday in a 2-1 loss at Wisconsin-Parkside
in the GLVC Tournament championship game.
By Mike Anderson, NKU Sports Information
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KENOSHA, Wis. – The Northern Kentucky University women’s
soccer team accomplished a feat that few Great Lakes Valley Conference
teams could when they found the net against Wisconsin-Parkside. Unfortunately,
the Norse could not hold off the Ranger attack, falling by a 2-1
score in the GLVC Tournament championship.
Meredith Novak struck first
for the Rangers (16-0-2), getting a pass from Megan Haberlein to
score her 14th goal of the season in the
The 1-0 score would hold through halftime, until Kendall
Day brought the Norse (15-3) level with an unassisted tally, her
sixth of the
Both teams got chances late, as Megan Owens from UW-Parkside
and Kristi Hofmeyer from NKU had shots hit the crossbar. However,
late foul against NKU set up a free-kick opportunity which
cashed in with just 52 seconds remaining in the contest to
give the Rangers their third GLVC title.
Angela Healy had five saves
for NKU in the loss.
NKU now awaits selection to the NCAA Midwest
Regional Tournament, to be played this weekend at a site to be
will be made on Monday and announced on NCAA.com.
courtesy Zak Smith, UWP Sports Information)