Freshman Michaela Dooley scored the lone goal in the Toreros 2-1 loss to Nebraska
Sept. 15, 2013
LAWRENCE, Kans. -The University of San Diego women's soccer team (5-3-0) fell to Nebraska (4-2-1) 2-1 Sunday morning in the Toreros final match of the Kansas Invitational.
The Toreros, who were coming off a 2-0 win over Missouri on Friday, jumped out to an early lead with freshman Michaela Dooley scoring her fifth goal of the season in the second minute. Dooley received a cross from freshman Victoria Walker and was able to put it away.
The Cornhuskers knotted the match at 1-1 in the 18th minute when Katie Kraeutner finished a cross from Kylie Greischar from 18 yards out.
The match stayed tied until the 61st minute, when Nebraska's Jordan Jackson played a through ball into the box for Jaycie Johnson, who was able to slip the ball past Michelle Craft to give the Huskers the 2-1 lead.
Nebraska attempted more shots (18-13) and corners (9-7) than the Toreros.
Sophomore goalkeeper Michelle Craft (5-3-0), who has three saves, was saddled with the loss. Nebraska's Emma Stevens (4-2-1) had two saves and recorded the win.
The Toreros are back in action on Friday when they travel to cross-town rival San Diego State for a 7:00 p.m. match.
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