Trojans Send Eagles to Second Straight Loss
UPLAND, Ind. – It was another tough outing for the Asbury women’s soccer team as they dropped their second straight to begin the season, 3-0 to Taylor University. Asbury has lost their first two games each of the previous three seasons and have still bounced back to win the KIAC each year, and finished with a record over .500 in two of those seasons.
Asbury (0-2) once again couldn’t get a lot going on the offensive end with only six shots in the game. They had only four on Friday night against Indiana Wesleyan. Against Taylor the Eagles were able to put two shots on frame, but both would be saved by Corri Sehr.
Taylor scored their first goal in the 31st minute as Molly Drooger scored off a feed from Leah Beck. Drooger would add another goal one minute into the second half and would assist on the last goal two minutes later.
The Trojans fired 22 shots against Asbury keeper Maegan Rogers, 11 on frame. Rogers made eight saves in the game and as made 11 in two games.
Asbury returns home for to kickoff a three game homestand on Thursday September 1. The Eagles will host Oakland City for a 4 p.m. start.