October 11, 2011 Lions win fourth straight soccer match
TOPEKA, Kan. — Missouri Southern won its fourth straight soccer game Tuesday, beating Washburn 2-0 in MIAA competition.
The Lions improved to 4-1 in the conference and took control of third place in the standings behind Central Missouri and Truman State, both 4-0.
Southern opened the season 0-7-1 before the winning streak.
Cortney Sanders scored her first goal of the season 11:24 into the game, heading in a corner kick by Corinne Tebbs. It was the fourth assist for Tebbs.
The Lions protected that 1-0 lead until the 75-minute mark, when Megan Stueve scored her fourth goal of the season.
Stueve took a pass from Kelly White and hosted the ball over Washburn goalie Tori Fuglister.
Randi Russell and Abby Risner combined for the shutout, each playing half the game in goal. Risner had three of the Lions’ four saves.
Missouri Southern returns home to play Missouri Western at 6 p.m. Saturday in another conference match.
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