Women’s soccer prepares for stretch of conference games

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By Mitchell Weiser

Drew’s women’s soccer team has been on a three game losing streak that they hope to break this weekend on the road. The team played William Patterson University at Ranger Stadium on Wednesday, but the team was unable to come away with the victory and found themselves on the wrong end of a two game home stand.

William Patterson outmatched the team; they gave up one goal in the beginning of the game and surrendered another goal in the last half, which would end up closing out the Rangers to a 2-0 win for William Patterson.

The Rangers now hope to change their luck as they hit the road to play two Landmark Conference games. These games will consist of a visit to Juniata College on Saturday at 1 p.m and then another trip to Pennsylvania to take on The University of Scranton on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

The team will hope to return from Pennsylvania with two wins under their belt, as they will then look to complete a very important three game Landmark Conference home stand. Susquehanna University, Moravian College and The Catholic University will all travel to take on the Rangers here in Madison within the next two weeks.

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