Western Michigan women's soccer (3-9-1, 1-4-0) was defeated by Ohio (8-3-1, 4-0-1) 3-1 Thursday as WMU continued to struggle.
Ohio got on the board early with a goal by Abby Townsend in just the fourth minute to give the Bobcats an early 1-0 lead.
Western Michigan tied the game with a goal in the 32nd minute by Bailey Korhorn, her fifth goal this season.
Ohio took the lead back in the 41st minute with a goal by Julianna Farina. Ohio scored once again in the 77th minute with a goal by Shae Robertson to give Ohio a two-goal lead and the victory in the end.
Ohio not only had the edge on the scoreboard, but in shots as well with the Bobcats outshooting the Broncos 20-10 and in shots on goal 8-7.
Western Michigan will look to get back in the win column returning home to WMU Soccer Complex Sunday for a matchup against Kent State at 2 p.m.