K-State soccer falls to Cal State Fullerton 2-0

Red-shirt freshman Bailey Nemecheck and teammates gather in a pregame huddle before the game against Arkansas State. Arkansas won 2-1.

The game of soccer didn’t flow for Kansas State on Sunday night as they fell to California State Fullerton 2-0 at Titan Stadium in Southern California.

K-State had a chance to take an early lead in the 14th minute of the game in the first half on a shot from junior Brookelynn Entz, but it was saved by Cal State Fullerton goalkeeper Noa Schumacher.

That was the Wildcats’ best chance to score in the game.

K-State’s defense was able to hold off Cal State Fullerton for the first 75 minutes of the game, but Cal State eventually got a goal on the scoreboard off a deflection off a corner kick.

Then an insurance run was added from the Tigers with six minutes remaining in the game to meet the final score of 2-0.

The Tigers led the Wildcats in offense with a 19-6 advantage in total shots and a 6-3 edge in shots on goal.

K-State now heads back home for a five-match homestand that begins on Thursday night against Gonzaga at 7 p.m.