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Middle Tennessee State University loses game against Old Dominion

By: MTN Sports Reporter Caroline Colvard

MTSU women’s soccer played one of their toughest games of the season against Old Dominion last Friday. The Monarchs ended the night with 2 goals, while The Blue Raiders were unable to score a goal.




(Junior Jennifer Francis prepares to take MTSU’s third corner kick of the game.)


Old Dominion came out strong with sophomore forward Yuliia Khrystiuk assisting junior midfielder Carla Morich to score their first goal during the 15th minute of the game.


Junior goalkeeper Hannah Suder completed a total of six saves during the 90-minute duration of the game, earning her second-best save contest of the season.


MTSU struggled to gain enough access to score, however senior forward Peyton DePriest was able to collect 2 shots on goal and 4 total shots before the end of the night.


At minute 40 of the game, Old Dominion secured their second goal of the night with an unassisted shot made by Carla Morich.


Regarding next week's away game against Florida Atlantic, head coach Aston Rhoden said, “We have to find a way to bounce back. We’ve got to do a better job this week of one: managing our players who played a lot of minutes and then two: being able to get back on the field where we can be of more dominant presence of the ball.”