MINNEAPOLIS – Despite outshooting the Huskers 16-10, Minnesota fell 2-0 at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium on Sunday afternoon to Nebraska.
The loss dropped Minnesota’s record to 6-5-4 overall and 2-4-2 in Big Ten play.
How it Happened
Megan Plaschko led Minnesota with four saves. The Golden Gophers recorded 16 shots in the loss, two of them on goal. Minnesota faced 10 Nebraska shots, six of them on goal.
- 865 spectators attended the game.
- Minnesota outshot Nebraska 16-10.
- Plaschko collected four saves for the Golden Gophers out of 10 total Cornhuskers shots.
- Minnesota totaled two shots on goal.
“I said (about the seniors) in the huddle that regardless of the result, their contributions to our program have been immense,” said head coach Erin Chastain. “They’ve been a joy to coach. They’re wonderful human beings and soccer players. This is going to be their home forever and we hope they come back.”
The Golden Gophers hit the road to face Northwestern on Thursday in Evanston at 7 p.m. and Purdue in West Lafayette at 1 p.m. Both games are central time and can be streamed live on B1G+.