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Women's soccer closes season with 2-0 loss to Indiana

November 1, 2014

A season plagued with disappointment for the MSU women’s soccer team came to a close with a 2-0 loss to Indiana on Friday night.

MSU (9-9-1 overall, 3-9-1 overall) fell behind in the 27th minute, when a shot from Indiana freshman forward Kayla Smith put the Hoosiers on the board first. Senior midfielder Jordan Woolums crossed the ball to Smith, who finished for her third goal of the season.

Senior midfielder Abby Smith sealed the game for the Hoosiers in the 85th minute with a goal off of a penalty kick, extending Indiana's lead to 2-0.

Redshirt senior goalkeeper Courtney Clem made eight saves in her last appearance as a Spartan, but her offense gave her little support.

MSU was outshot 19-9 by the Hoosiers, and the Spartans were shutout for the third consecutive game.

MSU had a chance to make the conference tournament heading into the final four games of the year, but closed the season out with four losses.

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