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Women’s Soccer Remains Undefeated

Marshall Women’s Soccer (4-0-1) kept their undefeated streak untarnished after beating the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs 3-0 on Sunday, Sept. 3, at Hoops Family Field.

The Herd showcased their offensive abilities by outshooting Gardner-Webb 17-4. Goalkeeper Alexis Wolgemuth tallied her fourth shutout of the season. With the help of the midfield and backline, Wolgemuth only had to make one save in the contest.

Forward Makai Laguines tallied her first goal of the season for The Herd after heading a ball into the goal off of a free kick from Abi Hugh in the 25th minute. Demari Curry and Cassidy Bell also scored their first goals of the season to ultimately push the lead to 3-0.

Through the first five matches of the season, Head Coach Michael Swan’s group has matched its win total from last season. The Herd dominated possession against the Bulldogs, controlling the ball for 61% of the contest.

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The Runnin’ Bulldogs could not build momentum on offense throughout the match, only recording one shot on goal through 90 minutes. 

The Herd will continue its homestand on Thursday, Sept. 7, against the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks.

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Joseph DiCristofaro, Sports Editor
Joseph DiCristofaro is the sports editor for The Parthenon. Joseph is a junior broadcast journalism major from Bluefield, West Virginia. In his free time, he enjoys spending time outdoors and watching sports with friends.
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