BROOKINGS, S.D. - The University of Northern Iowa women's soccer team fell at South Dakota State on Sunday afternoon, 4-0.
Christa Nyblom found Alyssa Brazil to open the scoring for SDSU in the third minute. Darci Miller then scored in the 27th minute with a shot from outside the box. Caylee Costello hit a crossing pass in the 28th minute that found Diana Potterveld who buried the shot. The Jackrabbits finished their scoring in the 34th minute when Stacy Guijarro nailed a shot from the top of the box.
The Panthers were led on offense by freshman Maddie Welch who put one of her two shots on goal. Sophomore Liz Frerichs and freshman Sarah McHugh each tallied a shot on goal in the match while freshman Larin Gordon recorded one shot for UNI.
UNI (4-7) was outshot in the match, 11 to five, including a margin of seven to three in shots on goal. SDSU also held the advantage in corner kicks, seven to two.
Junior goalkeeper Erin Zaideman tallied three saves in the match while allowing four goals.
The Panthers will be back in action on Fri., Sept. 21, when they travel to square off with Indiana State. First kick is set for 7:00 p.m.