Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Drops Match At Michigan, 3-1

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Go Buckeyes!

Oct. 15, 2000

%^$COLUMBUS, Ohio-- The Ohio State women's soccer team lost to rival Michigan, 3-1,%^$Sunday at the UM Soccer Field in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Buckeyes have lost three-consecutive%^$matches and have seen their record fall to 5-11 overall and 1-8 in the Big Ten. The%^$Wolverines improved to 8-6 overall and 6-3 in the conference.%^$

%^$OSU started the scoring when Kiley Enmark (So., Sterling Heights, Mich./Henry Ford II)%^$shot the ball past UM goalkeeper Suzie Grech in the 13th minute after receiving the ball%^$from teammate Emily Thorpe (Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore). The assist for Thorpe was her%^$second in two-consecutive matches.%^$

%^$After out-shooting the Buckeyes, 20-3, in the first half and trailing 1-0, the%^$Wolverines did not let up. Their tenacity led to a goal by sophomore Amy Sullivant in the%^$57th minute to tie the game at one.%^$

%^$UM took the lead at 82:05 when senior Kacy Beitel scored an unassisted goal. Nearly%^$three minutes later, freshman Stephanie Chavez sealed the game with her goal on an assist%^$from Beitel.%^$

%^$UM spent most of its time in OSU territory as the Wolverines fired 41 shots, the%^$second most ever allowed by a Buckeye team in a game. Amber Barnes (Sr., Fairfield, Ohio/Fairfield)%^$stopped 11 of the 14 shots on goal to record a new career-high for saves in a game. She set her previous record of 10 twice in 1997 and tied it Friday against Northwestern.%^$

%^$OSU will conclude its Big Ten regular season campaign when it travels to State%^$College, Pa. to battle the No. 6 Nittany Lions of Penn State.%^$

%^$Match Summary%^$

1 2 F%^$Ohio State 1 0 1%^$Michigan 0 3 3%^$

%^$OSU- Kiley Enmark, 12:08 (Emily Thorpe)
%^$UM- Amy Sullivant, 56:41 (Unassisted)
%^$UM- Kacy Beitel, 82:05 (Unassisted)
%^$UM- Stephanie Chavez, 85:10 (Kacy Beitel)%^$

%^$OSU-11, Barnes
%^$UM- 6, Grech%^$

%^$OSU- 9
%^$UM- 41



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