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Chico State Women’s Soccer team suffers 0-2 loss

Nick Sanders
Photo of Chico State Women’s soccer team playing the Monterey Bay Otters.

The Chico State Women’s Soccer team played a hard-fought game Thursday against the Stanislaus State Warriors that had fans on the edge of their seats. Despite their best efforts, the Wildcats ultimately fell short, losing 0-2.  

The game, held at University Stadium, saw both teams exhibiting their skills and determination. 

The Wildcats were unable to find the back of the net throughout the match, while their opponents managed to score two crucial goals.

The Warriors took the lead early in the first half, catching the Wildcat’s defense off-guard. 

Chico State goalkeeper Emma Hofmann made several fantastic saves to keep her team in contention, but the opposition’s offensive pressure was relentless.

The Wildcats showcased their resilience and determination throughout the match, never giving up despite the scoreline. They had several close opportunities, but the Warriors’ defense proved to be an obstacle.

In the second half, the visiting team struck again, extending their lead with another goal. The Wildcats fought hard to make a comeback, but the opposing defense held firm, denying Chico State any goals.

“After any loss, it is not a great feeling. However, these types of games lead to great learning moments for us,” defender Emilia Kling said.

The Wildcats now look ahead to their next match, determined to bounce back from this loss and maintain their resilience as they head to their postseason playing for a California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament

 “I am looking forward to the battles in the next games, and I cannot wait to see how we do,” Kling said. 

Their next match is against the Los Angeles Golden Eagles, promising more exciting soccer action for fans to enjoy.

For more information about Chico State Athletics, visit the Wildcats’ official athletics website.


Kya Williams can be reached at [email protected]

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Kya Williams, Reporter
Kya Williams is a Third year student majoring in Journalism and minoring in communications. She was born in Chicago Illinois but was raised in Santa Barbara California where she began her Journalism journey. This is her first semester as a staff member for the Orion and she can’t wait for a great year. Outside of reporting on news she enjoys being outside, hanging out with friends, and running. 

Nick Sanders, Reporter
Nick Sanders, is going into his second semester at Chico State after finishing at Butte College last fall. He is looking forward to working for The Orion this semester. Nick hopes to learn how to become a better writer and reporter through this experience. After graduating Nick would love to work as a Sports Broadcaster for the San Diego Padres or any sports organization.

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