Women’s soccer travels to South Dakota for last non-conference game

TheKansas State soccer team runs with the ball during the game against Central Arkansas on Sept. 8, 2017, in the K-State Soccer Stadium. (Photo by Nathan Jones | Collegian Media Group)

The Kansas State women’s soccer team will once again look to improve their record above .500 in their game against the University of South Dakota University Coyotes on tonight at First Bank and Trust Soccer Complex in Vermillion, South Dakota.

After splitting the last two games, the Wildcats are now 3-3-1 looking forward to their trip to Vermillion. In their previous game, the Wildcats lost 2-3 against Creighton, in a hard fought battle that set a new school record for most shots, being 33.

Most of the Wildcat’s offense has been coming in the second half of action in their games, with five of their eight goals and more than half of their shots coming in the second half of the game.

South Dakota is currently 2-6 in their season with only one goal in each of their victories. Overall, the Wildcats are 1-0 in the lifetime series against the Coyotes.

The last time they met was on Sept. 25, 2016, ending in a win for K-State. The game will start at 4 p.m. and can be viewed on Go ‘Yotes Live or heard on 101.5 FM KROCK.

The Wildcats are 1-2-1 while traveling this season and hope to improve that record against the Coyotes. This will be the last away game of the non-conference segment of the season and the Wildcats will finish off the section with a home game against Colorado State University on Sept. 17.