What you need to know:
* The Panthers fell 1-0 to the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles Sunday night.
* Junior Monique Hundley led the team with five shots, and senior Brie Haynes posted seven saves.
* The team will travel to Macon, Ga. Friday night to close out its road stretch at Mercer.
COOKEVILLE, Tenn.- In the second match of a three-game road stretch, the Georgia State women’s soccer team fell 1-0 to Tennessee Tech Sunday night.
With the loss, the Panthers fell to 1-3-1, while the Golden Eagles improved to 3-1.
GSU opened the match with four shots as Monique Hundley and Kylie Ruffule took all of the first half shots. Tennessee Tech got on the board in the middle of the first half, with Kendall Powell scoring what proved to be the game-winner at the 26-minute mark.
The Panthers came out of halftime looking to find the equalizer, but two Golden Eagle saves kept the team out of the net.
Hundley led the team’s eight shots with five, two of which were on goal, and now leads the team with 16 shots this season. Senior Brie Haynes had seven saves on the night, posting 22 saves after five matches.
The team will return to the field on Friday night at Mercer, before closing out its non-conference schedule at home on Sunday.
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