WINFIELD, Kan. – The Southwestern College women's soccer team shut-out its opponent, but was unable to take advantage of a 29-10 shot-advantage Saturday afternoon. The Lady Builders battled the Panthers of York College to a scoreless draw inside Richard L. Jantz Stadium.
Senior keeper Olyvia Bish made five saves on her way to the fourth shutout of her career, and the second shutout in four outings.
Senior Karrie McNutt fired at-will against the Panthers. The Winfield native took 11 shots in the 110-minute affair, four of which were on-goal. Senior Maria Munoz took six attempts and put two on-goal, while senior Brianna Alcorn finished with four shots, three of which found the York (5-5-1, 2-2-1 KCAC) keeper.
Southwestern (4-6-1, 1-2-1 KCAC) went on the offensive attack in the second half. After out-shooting the Panthers, 7-6, in the opening period, the Lady Builders posted a 12-2 shot advantage in the second half, but only one of those was on-goal. Even with 20 minutes of extra time, neither team was able to get the ball past the other team's goalkeeper, and the two teams were forced to settle for a 0-0 tie.
Saturday's draw moves Southwestern to 4-6-1 on the season, and 1-2-1 against Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference competition. The Lady Builders will return to action on Wednesday, traveling to Lindsborg to face the Swedes of Bethany College. Kick-off is scheduled for 5 p.m. inside Anderson Stadium.