TC women lose two in KCAC

The Tabor College women’s soccer team lost a pair of conference games last week to move to 5-5 in KCAC play, 9-8 overall.

After a 1-0 overtime loss to Oklahoma Wesleyan Wednesday, Tabor lost to Ottawa Saturday, 4-2.

The Braves scored all four goals in the second half for a come-from-behind victory.

Araceli Wallace Carmona scored the game’s first goal in the seventh minute, and Tabor held a 1-0 lead at halftime.

Dakota Spencer kicked in Tabor’s second goal off an assist by Grace Simpson in the 46th minute to extend Tabor’s lead.

However, Ottawa scored four goals after that, including three in a five-minute span.

The Braves outshot Tabor, 20-5 and held an 8-3 advantage in shots on goal.

Goalkeeper Carly Rowan had four saves.

Oklahoma Wesleyan—Tabor lost in overtime, 1-0, Wednesday.

After two scoreless halves, the Eagles kicked in the winning goal in the 90th minute of play.

Oklahoma Wesleyan outshot Tabor, 31-10, and held a 15-4 advantage in shots on goal.

Coming—Tabor was scheduled to conclude the regular season at Southwestern (3-7, 7-10) Tuesday.

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