North Manchester, Indiana- Women's soccer concludes the season on a high note after a 3-2 overtime win at Manchester.
Four minutes into the first half Hannah Wallhausser added on to her incredible performance last game, scoring her ninth goal of the season. Ten minutes after, Manchester scored back to back goals in the 14th and 15th minute that would put them up 2-1 going into the half.
The second half would go scoreless until Abby McCullough took matters into her own hands. In the 82th minute she scored a go ahead goal to tie the game. McCullough was not content with overtime though, five minutes later she scored another goal which would put the Quakers on top.
Earlham took every opportunity to attack Manchester goalkeeper Caroline Smith. The Quakers had 12 shots on the goal to the Spartan's four. Manchester ended the game with 13 fouls. Earlham only had five.
Earlham women's soccer ends the season 9-9 overall and 3-6 in conference, their first non losing season since 2012. This team will only lose two athletes to graduation: Abby McCullough and Lydia Harvey.
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