Historic Season Comes to a Close for Women’s Soccer After Loss in NAIA National Championship Second Round

ORANGE BEACH, AL. – The historic season for Oklahoma Wesleyan women’s soccer has come to a close after a 4-0 loss to No. 4 William Carey in the NAIA National Championship Second Round.

The Lady Eagles finished their outstanding season with a 20-2-1 overall record. A season that included a KCAC Regular Season title, KCAC Tournament title, and numerous athletes named to the All-Conference team.

As a team, No. 13 Oklahoma Wesleyan put up a total of nine shots in the match against William Carey. Taylor Gross had all three of her attempts on target, while Marjolen Nekesa had two shots with one on target. William Carey was able to attempt 27 shots in the match with 13 of those on target and four goals.

Oklahoma Wesleyan committed just three fouls in the match, but allowing a big number of shots attempts for William Carey seemed to doom the Lady Eagles.

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Led by head coach Vladan Glavonic, the 2017 Oklahoma Wesleyan women’s soccer team will go down as the most successful team in program history.