ALAMOSA, Colo. (September 18, 2016) - The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer team dropped its second consecutive match Sunday falling 2-1 at Adams State in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action.
Laikyn Koss (Sr., Riverside, Calif.) scored the Pack's lone goal in the final minutes of the game avoiding the shutout.
ASU scored first in the 21st minute on one of six first half shots by the Grizzlies.
The ThunderWolves regained their composure and played strong the rest of the period, creating numerous chances at the net as they fired off five first half shots.
Reece Hummel (Fr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) managed one of her three shots for the game in the first forty-five minutes.
At halftime CSU-Pueblo held a 2-1 corner kick advantage.
Adams St. added to their lead in the 64th minute putting the Pack against the wall to fight the remainder of the game.
An active second half for the ThunderWolves was key in cutting into the lead. CSU-Pueblo gathered another six shots in the final period matching the Grizzlies output.
Eight Pack players earned at least one shot in the game.
Pack goalkeeper Alison Darr (Sr., Placerville, Calif.) faced eleven shots in the contest, making five saves at the net.
CSU-Pueblo (3-3, 0-2 RMAC) continues on the road next week for one game. The Pack travels Friday to Black Hills State University to take on the Yellow Jackets in Rapid City, S.D. at Sioux Park Stadium.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.