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Women's Soccer Falls 1-0 at Parkside

Ashton Brooks

OVERVIEW – University of Wisconsin-Parkside 

SCORE:  UW-Parkside Rangers 1, Northwood Timberwolves 0 

RECORDS: Northwood 2-6-1 (1-2-1 GLIAC), UW-Parkside 2-7-2 (1-3 GLIAC) 

LOCATION:Wood Road Field – Kenosha, Wisc 

RECAP: Despite controlling the run of play for nearly all the match, an early penalty was too much for the Timberwolves to overcome as they fell 1-0 at UW-Parkside.  


  • The hosts got on the board early after being awarded a penalty in the eighth minute.  Chloe Couves converted from the spot to make the score 1-0.  

  • The Timberwolves responded quickly tallying a pair of shots in the next five minutes.  Jillian Hon forced Rangers keeper Adrianna Bratel into her first save in the 13th minute.  

  • Despite outshooting the Rangers 7-1 throughout the remainder of the half, the Timberwolves were unable to level the match and went into the break trailing 1-0. 

  • Northwood wasted no time putting pressure on in the second half as Katelyn Wilkowski had a chance on goal just four minutes into the period.  Bratel was up to the task, however, and kept the score at 1-0. 

  • The Timberwolves continued to pepper shots at the Parkside goal, outshooting the hosts 10-1 in the second stanza. 

  • Northwood had one last chance on goal in the 84th minute, but Ashton Brooks' shot was saved to keep the score 1-0.  The Rangers would hold out for the remaining six minutes for their second GLIAC victory. 


  • Shots: Northwood 17, UW-Parkside 4 

  • Saves: UW-Parkside 7 (Adrianna Bratel), Northwood 0 (Bridget Adams) 

  • Corner Kicks: Northwood 5, UW-Parkside 5 

  • Fouls:  UW-Parkside 17, Northwood 15 



  • The Timberwolves' 17 shots were the most attempted by the Timberwolves this year since the season opener against Alderson Broaddus when they tallied 24. 


  • Northwood will continue its out of state trip on Sunday, when they travel to Hammond, Ind. to take on Purdue University-Northwest (2-10, 0-5 GLIAC) for a 1 p.m. eastern (12 p.m. local) kickoff.