Western Michigan women’s soccer Sunday afternoon against Buffalo ended in a draw.
WMU jumped out to a 1-0 lead after a goal from Reagan Wisser, assisted by Emily Pagett. This was Wisser’sfourth goal of the season, a teamhigh. Leah Wengender tied the game in the 60th minute of the second half, breaking Buffalo’s scoring drought to knot the contest up at one a piece. Neither side could find the back of the net for the remainder of the match, with the match ending at a 1-1 stalemate.
Reagan Wisser led the Broncos in shots, converting on her one shot-on-goal. Madi Canada had two shots as well on goal but could not convert. Emily Pagett had the lone assist for the day. WMU outshot Buffalo on the day 13-12 and had four more shots on goal with seven. Each team had nine fouls on the day as well.
This tie brings the Broncos to 2-4-5 on the year, and a 2-0-2 record for Mid-American Conference play. WMU looks to defend its home field against the rival Central Michigan Chippewas Thursday evening at 4 p.m.