It’s been that kind of year for the UNBC Timberwolves Women’s Soccer team.
A 3-0 loss Sunday to the Mount Royal University Cougars left T-Wolves players off the scoresheet and once again out of the win column as UNBC finishes its season with a 0-12-1 record.
Danielle Lugotoff started the rally for the Cougars with the game-winner in the 39th minute. After a ball curled in by Amanda Schafer was punched away by Timberwolves keeper, Lianna Toopitsin, it landed at Lugotoff’s feet where she was able to fire it in the top corner.
In the second half, Schafer added to her point tally with pair of goals. Schafer’s first goal was a combination of nifty moves running from her own half to beat two UNBC defenders and slide home an arcing shot in the 64th minute.
Schafer put the game to bed in the 75th minute off a free kick placed perfectly in the top right corner to put the match to bed.
Mount Royal’s win brings the club to a record of 4-6-4 which is good enough for a post-season berth. The first round of the CIS playoffs will begin next week.
Photo Courtesy: Mount Royal Cougars/ CIS