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LWC Women's Soccer drops Campbellsville in overtime

By Brady Budke

Campbellsville, KY - For the 27th straight time, the Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team has defeated Campbellsville University in the Battle of Highway 55. The Blue Raiders made the short trip up north tonight and won a close 2-1 match in overtime at Finley Stadium.

The win did not come easy for LWC, as the Tigers quickly jumped out ahead 1-0 in just the 5th minute of play. The match remained that way until the 73rd minute when Claudia Santillan Escobar added the equalizer to shift the momentum. Yudaya Nakayenze broke the stalemate in overtime, firing a shot into the back of the net in the 95th minute to secure the victory.

Campbellsville produced 15 shots on offense, while Lindsey Wilson added just 12. Each team garnered six shots on goal tonight. Eveljn Frigotto collected five saves in the winning effort.

Individually, Nakayenze and Santillan Escobar each led Lindsey Wilson with two shots on goal, while Alicia Thoresen and Emma Lindell added one apiece to complete the total.

The Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team is set to return to the field on Sunday, traveling to Shawnee State (Ohio) to face the Bears at Noon CT.

This story was posted on 2021-02-27 06:45:28
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