Eastern Michigan finishes season with loss to Minnesota

Updated 11/11/1999
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. (Nov.11, 1999) -- Eastern Michigan, the Mid-American Conference representative in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) women's soccer tournament, ended its season yesterday with a 2-0 loss to Minnesota in the tournament.

Minnesota scored its first goal at the 25:17 mark and put the game away at the 65:00 mark with a second goal. The Gophers advanced to play Nebraska, the fourth-ranked team in the country.

Sarah Willis, the MAC Player of the Year, had 16 saves in the game, but Minnesota out-shot Eastern Michigan 26-5 in the contest. This is only the second time all season the Eagles have lost by two or more goals as they finished their season at 17-4-3.