Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Falls To Nationally-Ranked Dayton, 4-0

Head coach Jim Rudy and UMass continue in Ohio on Sunday at Xavier.

Head coach Jim Rudy and UMass continue in Ohio on Sunday at Xavier.

Oct. 15, 2004


DAYTON, Ohio - The UMass women's soccer team was defeated by nationally-ranked Dayton on Friday in Ohio, 4-0. The Flyers extended their winning streak to 13 games in a row, second longest in the nation with the win.

The Minutewomen fell to 4-8 overall, 2-4 in the Atlantic 10. First-place Dayton is now 13-1 overall and 6-0 in the league. They are ranked No. 28 by Soccer Buzz this week.

Dayton scored two goals in each half with a pair coming from Reba Sedalcek early in the second half just two minutes apart to make it 4-0.

Tesia Kozlowski and Katie Lowstuter scored in the first half.

UMass was outshot 29-7. Goalkeeper Kristin Walker (Lincoln Park, N.J.), the reigning A-10 Rookie of the Week, made a career-high 10 saves.

UMass stays in Ohio to play Xavier on Sunday at 1 p.m.




    Event Calendar

    Friday, Sept 4
    vs Central Connecticut 5:00 PM
    Sunday, Sept 6
    at Yale 2:30 PM
    Thursday, Sept 10
    vs Bryant University 4:00 PM gametracker
    Thursday, Sept 17
    vs Brown 4:00 PM gametracker
    Sunday, Sept 20
    vs Harvard 1:00 PM gametracker
    Thursday, Oct 1
    vs La Salle 4:00 PM gametracker
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