Soccer held scoreless again in loss to Wright State
For the second consecutive game, Central Michigan soccer found itself in a shutout. A three-game road trip came to an end for the Chippewas with a 3-0 loss to Wright State on Sunday.
The Chippewas are still looking for their first win as they fall to 0-4 on the season.
With time ticking in a scoreless first half, Maddie Mitchell came in clutch for the Raiders up 1-0 finding the lower right corner of the net.
The Chippewas struggled all game against the Raiders' defense as they held CMU to five shots. All five were in the first half.
Freshman Emma Shingler started in the goal for the Chippewas. Shingler had a total of eight saves and allowed two goals.
The Raiders came back from the half taking a 2-0 lead over the Chippewas due to an unassisted strike off the foot of Lauren Borchert at the 57-minute mark.
With eight minutes remaining in the final half, the Raiders' Annika Samborski found the back of the net, pushing the advantage to three.
Wright State recorded a season-high 17 shots, including 12 on goal.
Sophomore forward Gaelle Wells stepped up in the first half for the Chippewas with a total of three shots, one on goal.
The Chippewas return to Mount Pleasant on Thursday, for a match against Detroit Mercy at 6 p.m.