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Northeast women’s soccer ends season with 5-0 loss to Indian Hills

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OTTUMWA, IA – The Northeast Community College women’s soccer team ended their season with a 5-0 loss to Indian Hills Community College at the NJCAA Region XI playoff here Wednesday.

“If there was a game where every one of us could have a bad game, this was it,” said Hawks Coach Chad Miller. “It wasn’t lack of effort or having the wrong ideas, we just couldn’t get anything to work for us. It was one of those days where every touch, every pass and every shot just didn’t go our way.”

In a downpour of rain, Indian Hills scored in the sixth minute. About ten to fifteen minutes later, the Hawks had several chances to tie the game, but Indian Hills made a save on one shot, and Northeast was not able to get back on target.

Score at halftime was 3-0.

Northeast recorded two shots on goal to the Falcons’ 16. Kaitlyn Van Surksum had 11 saves for the Hawks.

“It was just a tough day for us as a team,” said Miller. “This result doesn’t reflect our season. These girls have been amazing all year, and they have built an incredible foundation for this program. This year was a huge success, and the girl deserve to know they are great.”

The Hawks close the season 4-10-3.

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Northeast women’s soccer ends season with 5-0 loss to Indian Hills