GENEVA, New York – In a second consecutive game against a nationally ranked team, the University of Puget Sound women's soccer team defeated No. 24 Oneonta State, 2-0, on Sunday morning at the William Smith Invitational. Grayson Williams-Krebs and Elizabeth McGraw recorded the goals for the Loggers.
In the 16th minute, the Loggers (1-1) went on top, 1-0. Lura Morton had the ball along the right flank, and sent a cross in front of the goal, where Williams-Krebs was waiting to tap it in for her first goal of the season.
Puget Sound was able to tally an insurance goal just before full time was whistled. In the 88th minute, Jacquelyn Anderson found McGraw with a pass, who drilled her shot into the left side of the net. It was the sophomore's first career goal.
The Loggers were outshot by Oneonta State (13-8). Each team took three corner kicks. Goalkeeper Lauren Thomas (1-1) played all 90 minutes in goal, making four saves, while keeping a clean sheet.
Puget Sound's next match will be September 9, when the team hosts Whittier. The match, which will open the Loggers' home schedule, is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.
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