MO State HS Sports

Mizzou Soccer Slips Up Against Nebraska

Jenna Bartels vs Nebraska

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Tigers (0-2) could not keep up with the Nebraska (2-0) attack on Sunday, falling 5-0. Despite leading possession, Mizzou was not able to earn many chances. The Huskers led 13-8 in shots and 9-4 in shots on goal.

The Cornhuskers put the first goal on the board in the 15th minute. Raabe played a free kick into the box and it fell to the feet of Dale who drove it into the right side of the net. The score stood at 1-0 at the half.

Nebraska added to their lead quickly in the second period. In the 51st minutes, Dale scored her second goal of the match after a turnover near midfield and a through ball from Schwarz. Dale rolled it in to the bottom right corner to make it 2-0.

Just six minutes later, the Huskers added another on a Pujado long-distance shot with her left foot. Mizzou then let in an own goal off a cross that was deflected into the net. The Huskers added their fifth and final goal off of a corner from Lane to Raabe, who headed it into the near side of the goal.

The Tigers’ best chance of the afternoon was a Cassidy Nurnberger volley that Cisneros drove with her right foot, but it was saved by the keeper.


Cassidy Nurnberger played 80 minutes in the match at multiple spots on the field. She started at center back, and played at both defensive and attacking midfield spots.

Julissa Cisneros nearly put away a goal for the Tigers late. The senior had three shots on goal.


The Tigers fall to 3-20 all-time against Nebraska.

Seven yellow cards were given in the contest. Three were given to Missouri and four to Nebraska.

McKenna Sheehan saw her first action of the season, making two saves in 28 minutes of action.


The Tigers will face Indiana State on Thursday night at 6 p.m. for senior night.

This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics