TC women?s soccer 1-1 for the week

Defender Jordan Walters heads the ball early in the second half against Rocky Mountain College Saturday. After a scoreless first half, Tabor lost the game, 2-0. Janae Rempel / Free Press

The Tabor College women?s soccer team gave up a pair of second-half goals to Rocky Mountain College Saturday and lost, 2-0.

After a scoreless first half, Rocky Mountain found the back of the net in the 68th minute and added a second goal less than 10 minutes later.

The Bluejays were on their heels most of the game, as Rocky Mountain outshot Tabor 24-6, including 15-3 shots on goal. Goalkeeper Carly Rowan had 13 saves.

Johnson & Wales?The Bluejays used three first-half goals to solidify a 4-1 victory Thursday.

Ashtyn Stephens put Tabor on the board first with a goal in the 24th minute, but the Wildcats responded with a tying goal one minute later. However, Tabor took the lead for good when Brenna Cooper scored off an assist from Hayley Stovall. By the time Keeley Braun added a goal in the 43rd minute assisted by Stephens on a corner kick, Tabor held a 3-1 lead.

Nicole Stevenson kicked the ball in off an assist by Lillian Bear in the 56th minute to conclude scoring for the game.

Tabor took 13 shots to Johnson & Wales? nine. Both teams had seven shots on goal. Goalkeeper Carly Rowan had six saves.

Coming?Tabor (2-2)?will travel to Avila today for a 12:30 p.m. contest and will play at Manhattan Christian College Friday at 3 p.m.

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