TIFFIN, Ohio—Junior goalkeeper Molly Schriber (Sidney) made six saves, but the Heidelberg University women’s soccer team lost an Ohio Athletic Conference match to the University of Mount Union today, 2-0, at Mount Union Stadium in Alliance.
The loss drops the Berg to 5-8-1 overall and 2-3-0 in the OAC and snaps its two-match win streak. The Purple Raiders improve to 7-6-2 overall and 2-3-0 in the OAC.
Gina Wall gave Mount Union an early lead when she scored an unassisted goal in the 18th minute.
Late in the game—the 83rd minute—Kylee Kolesar finished a long pass from Erika Druzina and provided an insurance goal to increase the Raider lead to 2-0.
Sophomore midfielder Kelsey Hogan (Cincinnati/Mariemont) led the Tri-Color offense, taking three of the team’s seven shots, including one on goal.
Maria Favorite made one save in 69 minute of action for the Raiders.
Mount Union outshot the Berg, 17-7, while Heidelberg held a 4-2 advantage in corner kicks.
The Berg returns to the pitch Tuesday, Oct. 18 for an OAC match-up with John Carroll University at Mayer Field at 7 p.m.