TIFFIN, Ohio—Junior goalkeeper Molly Schriber (Sidney) made a season-high four saves, but the Heidelberg University women’s soccer team lost to Indiana Tech tonight, 1-0, in a non-conference match at Mayer Field in Tiffin, Ohio.
Indiana Tech improves to 6-3-1, while ‘Berg falls to 3-4-0.
In the seventh minute, Manuela Cabal found Natalie Zimmerman with a breakaway look at the net, and Zimmerman capitalized with what would prove to be the game winner.
Despite the goal, the first half was an otherwise evenly played match, with both teams recording 12 shots and one corner kick each.
Both teams took an aggressive approach in the second period, combining for 29 shots. Schriber made eight of her nine saves after the break.
Sophomore midfielder Kelsey Hogan (Cincinnati/Mariemont), who had her second career hat trick in Heidelberg’s last game, fired a team-high five shots, while sophomore forward Aleseya Evans (Troy) backed her with four chances.
Despite the loss, the Berg held an 8-1 advantage in corner kicks, including a 7-0 edge in the second half.
The Berg next plays Saturday, Sept. 24 when it faces Kenyon College at Mavec Field in Gambier, Ohio at 1 p.m. Live stats for the match will be available at the following URL: http://livestats.kenyon.edu/soccer/xlive.htm.