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Waxahachie, TX – The Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Women’s Soccer finished their last game of the semester against a good 5 win Mid- America Christian team. From the beginning of the match the Lady Lions were dominant but couldn’t find a way to score. MACU took a 3-0 lead into halftime. Despite great effort from the Lady Lions in the second half they just couldn’t overcome the deficit. The lady lions fought with purpose and grit until the last minute. They worked hard, however they couldn’t find the back of the net. Today’s game will only make us stronger and better moving forward. The Lady Lions will go into the spring semester with a 3-1 record. They will be a force in conference play and will look to pick up where they left off coming spring time. 
    Notable Performers
    • Jordan Shelton (SO/ Plano, TX)- played with armor today fighting with purpose and heart. She brought a magnifying strong energy to the game despite the score.
    • Zoe Boldt (FR/ Midlothian, TX)- obtained 4th shutout as a Freshmen Goalkeeper
    • Clarissa Galindo (JR/ Harker Heights, TX)- always shows up when her team needs her the most and was determined to win every ball.
    • Kove Williams (SO/ Tomball, TX)- played her last game today. She left everything on the field and gave 110% like she always does. The team will honor her the rest of the season and she will be greatly missed on and off the field.

    Natalie Solorio
    • “We had a strong start to this season and even though we didn’t win on the scoreboard we find victory in knowing that we are united stronger as a team after today’s game. We believe the best is yet to come for SAGU Women’s Soccer.”
    The Next Step
    • The Women’s Soccer team finished up their last game of the semester. They will be back competing in the spring.
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