SALINA, Kan. – The Oklahoma Wesleyan women’s soccer team won their third-straight shutout game with a win over Kansas Wesleyan University on Wednesday night in Salina, Kansas.
The Lady Eagles used goals by Kaja Cremin and Marjolen Nekesa to secure the 2-0 victory over the Coyotes.
As a team, No. 13 OKWU put up a total of 10 shots with five of those on target.
Sydney Vickers started in goal as she compiled seven big saves in her 90 minutes of action.
Oklahoma Wesleyan will return to the pitch on Saturday, October 14th, when they host McPherson College. Kick-off against the Bulldogs is scheduled for 5:30 PM at the OKWU Soccer Complex.