Soccer blanked by South Dakota State
Cardinals return to action Sunday at UTSA
SAN ANTONIO, Texas –The Lamar University women's soccer team suffered its first shutout loss in 12 games after dropping a 3-0 decision to South Dakota State at the UTSA Classic on Friday.
Lamar (1-2) hadn't been blanked since a 1-0 loss to McNeese State on Sept. 28, 2012. Nicole Inskeep made four saves for South Dakota State (1-2).
South Dakota State held a 2-0 lead at halftime on goals by Alyssa Brazil and Darci Miller. Caylee Costello extended the Jackrabbits' lead to 3-0 just 49 seconds into the second half.
Lamar goalkeeper Bailey Fontenot made six saves, including one on a penalty kick by Diana Potterveld. Fontenot gave way to Zoey Stephenson, who saw her first collegiate action, making one save and allowing no goals over the final 22:09.
South Dakota State held a 17-4 advantage in shot6s for the game.
Lamar returns to action at 1 p.m. Sunday when it faces host UTSA in the final game of the tournament.
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