- The Nebraska soccer team (5-6-1, 2-2-0 Big Ten) fell to .500 in Big Ten play
on Friday afternoon following a 2-1 loss to the Michigan State Spartans at
Huskers tied the game, 1-1, at the 82:59 mark, but the Spartans put in the game
winner with less than five minutes to play in regulation to improve to 2-2-0 in
defense played a solid first half and only allowed one shot from the Spartans,
but one was all that MSU needed. Allyson Krause scored her third goal of the
season at the 24:10 mark when Annie Steinlade laid the ball to Krause, who was
able to put her shot in the top corner of the net above the outstretched arms
of NU goalie Emma Stevens.
defense was just as tough on Nebraska's offense, as the Huskers were only able
to get off two shots in the first half, including one on goal.
being shutout for over 80 minutes, sophomore Mayme Conroy scored her
team-leading seventh goal of the season on an assist from Caroline Gray.
Following a free kick from Gray, Conroy tapped in the then-game-tying goal.
Spartans game-winning shot came just like its first, over Stevens head.
Steinlage notched her second assist of the game on Olivia Stander's fourth goal
of the year.
Huskers wrap up the weekend on Sunday with a 1 p.m. (CT) game in Ann Arbor,
Mich., against the No. 22 Michigan Wolverines. Nebraska will be looking to even
the all-time series between the two programs after Michigan took a 2-1-1 lead
following its 2-1 win in Lincoln last season. No video stream of the game is
currently scheduled to be available, but live stats will be provided at