Alyssa Marulli

Women’s soccer suffers first loss

On Saturday evening, No. 4 Wheaton College defeated the No. 12 Washington University women’s soccer team, 2-0, off of two second-half penalty kicks. “It was a great game,” head coach Jim Conlon said. “Wheaton is a talented team and they really made us play to our assets.” In the first half, the two unbeaten teams were evenly matched.

| Sports Reporter

Soccer advances to sweet 16 on penalty kicks

Freshman Alyssa Marulli made the biggest play of her collegiate career Sunday, nailing a penalty kick to clinch victory for the women’s soccer team and a Sweet Sixteen berth in the NCAA tournament. The Bears had played Illinois Wesleyan University to a 0-0 tie before going on to beat the Titans 3-1 on penalty kicks after two scoreless overtime periods.

| Managing Editor

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