What you need to know:
* The Panthers fell 3-1 to Little Rock Sunday afternoon.
* The team honored its eight seniors prior to kickoff.
* Senior Siobhan Wilson scored the lone GSU goal, her first career goal for the Panthers.
ATLANTA- The Georgia State women’s soccer team honored its eight seniors Sunday afternoon before falling 3-1 to Little Rock. Senior Siobhan Wilson scored the lone GSU goal, her first career goal for the team.
With the loss, the Panthers fell to 3-11-3, (1-7-2 SBC) while the Trojans improved to 9-7-2, (4-3-2 SBC).
Little Rock went up on Georgia State early, scoring at the nine-minute mark. Neither team was able to maintain possession of the ball after the goal, with both defenses playing aggressively.
The Panthers came out of halftime looking to even the score, but the Trojans netted the ball in under a minute to put the score at 2-0. Wilson answered quickly, scoring at the 55-minute mark to cut the Trojans’ lead to 2-1.
Little Rock put the game away shortly after, scoring in the 61st minute.
Monique Hundley once again led the team in shots, firing four with one on goal. Wilson posted three shots with two on target, while three other Panthers had one shot each.
With the loss, the Panthers are ineligible for the conference tournament and will not see post-season play.
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