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WSOC | Titans allow four 1st half goals in loss vs Bellevue

2019 Women's Soccer

Tukwila, Wash. – Titans allow four more first half goals in 4-0 loss to Bellevue.

How it happened (score line):

20' (0–1) – Bellevue opens the scoring with a Chloe Gentry and Fatumata Dukureh assisted, Sophia Nicholson goal.

29' (0–2) – Malia Miller scores nine minutes later to double the lead.

34' (0–3) – A third goal for Bellevue. This time Hannah Woten found Lauren Landis.

35' (0–4) – Dukureh added a goal to her assist to finish the a four-goal 15' period for the Bulldogs.

Goalkeeping: Madisen Lease got the start again and went the full 90'. She faced 17 shot's on-goal and saved 13 of them, a 76.5 save percentage. Lease now has 17 saves in two matches. Lease is only 14 saves away from 10th place on the single season record for saves. The record is 98 saves by Samantha Schoene in 2013.

What it means: After only getting one scrimmage before the friendlies, the Titans leave Tukwila with two losses and all eight-goal allowed coming in the first half, including three in a 12 minute span against North Idaho and four in 15 minutes span against Bellevue.

What's next: The Titans get their second and final scrimmage at Linfield College on Aug. 31. They then come home for a second chance against North Idaho in a double-header with the men's team at noon on Sep. 8.