The Southwest Minnesota State University soccer team (2-8-7 overall, 2-8-4 NSIC) ends its season on Thursday, hosting Sioux Falls at 6 p.m., at The Schwan Regional Event Center.
SMSU went 0-2 on the weekend, losing 2-1 to Concordia-St. Paul on Friday before losing 5-0 to Minnesota State on Sunday.
The Mustangs opened their weekend with a 2-1 loss on the road against Concordia-St. Paul on Friday night.
SMSU fell 5-0 to No. 14 Minnesota State on Sunday afternoon.
The Mustangs are 2-8-4 in conference play.
Alex Lotts has led the team offensively, netting seven goals and adding two assists.
Kirsten Wetterstrom has scored three goals, and Haley Mason has collected a pair, with both dishing out two assists.
Brooke Wetterstrom has also scored two goals on the season, taking 10 shots on goal, third on the team.
Selena Prolic, Madi Foutz, Kylee Bennett and Hannah Walburg have each scored a goal this season.
Emma Dahnert and Abbey Hoisington are tied for the team lead with two assists a piece
Prolic, Foutz, Ciarra Valdez, Julia Sullivan, Erin Wetterstrom, Emily Maciel, Sandra Kraling, and Sydney Johnson have each distributed an assist.
Katie Oatman has held down the back-line this season, leading the team in minutes and has started all 17 games, scoring a goal and sending two assists in the process.
Rachel Hicks has started 12 games in net for the SMSU, recording three clean sheets, and has 57 saves on a .760 save percentage, allowing1.50 goals per game.
11 newcomers made their Mustang debuts this season.
Rachel Hicks has been solid in net for SMSU, recording three clean sheets in 12 starts.
Sydney Johnson has played in 15 games, including six starts, and assisted on the first goal of the season in the season opener.
Ciarra Valdez is one of nine players to start at least 12 games, recording an assist, taking a shot and playing in 982 minutes.
Brooke Wetterstrom, who has played in 16 games, has 20 shots and 13 shots on goal. She also scored her first career goal against Winona State.
Haley Mason has started 10 games for the Mustangs, tallying two goals and two assists in 963 minutes.
Hannah Walburg, Tessa Borwick, Sandra Kraling, and Lenee Chavez have all recorded at least one start.
SMSU and Sioux Falls will meet for the 17th time in program history, with SMSU leading the series 9-6-1.
Their first meeting came in 1996, while their last meeting came in November of last year, when the teams recorded a 2-2 tie in Sioux Falls
The Mustangs are 5-3 all-time in Marshall
Scouting Sioux Falls
Brittany Domino enters his eighth season as head coach of the Cougars.
USF is 0-11-6 overall and 0-8-6 in the conference after losing to Minnesota State and tying Concordia-St. Paul.
The Cougars were picked to finish 12th in the NSIC preseason coaches poll.
USF is led by Addison Westermeyer, who has netted a pair of goals, and Holli Knudsen, who has recorded three shutouts in nine games this season.
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