Terre Haute, Ind. – The Transylvania women's soccer team wrapped up the 2019 campaign with a 4-0 loss to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Fightin' Engineers at the Rose-Hulman Intramural Fields on Saturday afternoon.
Rose-Hulman jumped out to a 1-0 lead less than a minute into the game when a shot by Jessica Wells found the back of the net. Wells added two more scoring strikes over the remainder of the half to give the Engineers a 3-0 lead over the Pioneers at the halftime break.
Transylvania's first shot on goal of the day came in the 52nd minute as Emilie Yates received a pass and drove to her left before sending a shot towards goal that was saved by the Engineers' goalkeeper.
The Pioneers' final chance at a score came in the 72nd minute when Morgan Patton put a shot on frame. However, the shot attempt was blocked away by the Rose-Hulman goalkeeper, and the scored remained 3-0.
The Engineers wrapped up their shutout of the Pioneers with a fourth goal from Wells in the 85th minute that pushed the final score to 4-0 in favor of Rose-Hulman.
Patton collected eight saves en route to the loss in goal for the Pioneers. Sloan Cromwell recorded three saves in 45 minutes of relief work.
The loss drops Transylvania's record to 5-10-3 overall and 3-4-2 in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference and brings an end to the 2019 season for Coach Patrick Farmer and his team.
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