YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Cleveland State women's soccer team fell to Green Bay, 2-1, on Senior Day on Saturday afternoon at Krenzler Field.
NEED TO KNOW
• Final Score: Green Bay 2, Cleveland State 1
• Halftime Score: Cleveland State 1, Green Bay 0
• CSU Goal Scorers: Toni Dickson
• CSU Assists: Katie Bainbridge
• Records: Cleveland State (5-11, 2-6 HL); Green Bay (1-13-1, 1-7 HL)
• CSU took a 1-0 lead on Toni Dickson's goal with just seven seconds left in the first half. Katie Bainbridge sent a cross into the box that Dickson was able to head into the net just before the half ended.
• Green Bay tied the match at 1-1 at the 63:43 mark on a goal from Alex Zeller and just four minutes later, Nicole Piette netted what proved to be the game-winner.
IN THE NET
• Jamie Daniels made three saves in goal for the Vikings.
• CSU has a 12-9 advantage in shots, while Green Bay had five shots on goal to four for the Vikings.
• The Vikings had four shots hit the post in the first half.
• CSU's six seniors - Megan Barrick, Sarah Kaiser, Jane Piontowski, Kaila Sargema, Marissa Sarsfield and Haleigh Shingary - were honored prior to the game. The group was playing for the final time at Krenzler Field.
• Daniels, Sarsfield, McKenna Vento, Emily Edgell and Barrick each played the full 90 minutes.
• CSU concludes the regular season on Friday (Oct. 28) when the Vikings travel to Milwaukee for an 8:00 pm ET contest.