Bowling Green, Ky. - Shawnee State women's soccer's season came to an end on Friday night, falling to Cumberlands 2-0 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-South Conference Tournament.
The Bears fell behind early when Dakota Gadd slotted home after Michaela Garner (SO/Heath, Ohio) failed to make a clearance in the 15th minute. Gadd would strike again to complete her brace and put the Patriots up 2-0. Gadd would then strike 10 minutes from full time to complete a hat trick and give Cumberlands a 3-0 final.
With the loss, the Bears end the season 6-7-2. Cumberlands improve to 10-8-1, and will play first seeded Lindsey Wilson in the Mid-South Conference semifinals next Thursday, November 10th.
With the loss, Shawnee State's season comes to an end. The Bears started the year 0-4-2, but would rally to win six games in October to finish the regular season 6-6-1. Jenny Campbell (JR/Chillicothe, Ohio) and Maddie Woodard (JR/Camden, Ohio) combined for 15 goals in that stretch to both earn all-conference honors, with Campbell's 10 goals on the campaign earning her first team recognition.
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