MADISON, Wis. – Make it five wins in a row for the Wisconsin women’s soccer workforce (6-1) many thanks to freshman Natalie Viggiano and sophomore Lauren Rice. The attacking duo aided UW transfer earlier Loyola-Chicago (3-5) with a 2-1 victory.
With five minutes remaining in the initially half Loyola (3-5) struck initially with a aim from Abby Swanson, providing the Ramblers a 1- lead.
It took just three minutes for the Badgers to reply. Viggiano, scoring her initially aim in a Badgers’ uniform, introduced the activity back again to a tie, acquiring the back again of the net off an Emily Borgmann guide.
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Coming out of the break Rice despatched a no cost kick to the back again of the net off a Maia Cella dump-off, bringing the rating to 2-1.
Junior keeper Jordyn Bloomer logged two saves on eight shots. The Badgers outshot the Ramblers, 20-8.
Straight from the pitch:
Head coach Paula Wilkins
On what the workforce did to protected a victory:
“I feel we improved our tempo and that is what we experienced to do immediately after they scored. Sad to say we didn’t do it until they scored but it can be a superior learning lesson for us. I asked the workforce at halftime what they are built of, had been they heading to permit Loyola dictate or had been they heading to go for some things. I imagined immediately after a even though we opened it up once more and figured out the pace of participate in has to be more quickly. Which is what we’ll function on for the upcoming three times.”
On positives from today’s performance:
“I favored the established piece from Lauren. We’ve been functioning on that considering that preseason so I am content they structured that very effectively. I am extremely content at how they responded immediately after we bought scored on.”
Up upcoming: Wisconsin commences the Major Ten time on Friday, Sept. 14 in opposition to Northwestern at McClimon Soccer Complicated. The activity is scheduled for 7 p.m. with ticket information obtainable below.