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Gajewski's first career goal is not enough as Lions soccer falls 3-1 at Southwest Baptist

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Press Release MSSU:

Afterdefeating #11 Central Missouri 2-1 Thursday evening to end the Jennies'48-match MIAA unbeaten streak, the Missouri Southern Lions soccer team fell 3-1at Southwest Baptist this afternoon at SBU Soccer Field.

The Lions(3-5-3, 2-2-3 MIAA) would strike first as sophomore midfielder KaylaGajewski would score her first goal of the season and also of hercareer in the 21st minute as the she would pick up the ball that bounced off aBearcat defender and shoot it in from the right side to give the Lions a 1-0lead.

TheBearcats (7-4-1, 3-3) would answer in the 42nd minute as AshleyCreason would score off a corner kick from Elin Hammar to knot the game at oneapiece. With the match tied at one at halftime, Southwest Baptist would addgoals in the 77th and 87th minute to secure the 3-1 victory.

The Bearcatswould outshoot the Lions 17-10, including 11-5 on goal, on the afternoon.Southern would be led by Gajewski with three shots as KellyWhite, TiffanyLaughlin and KarleyThomas would add two shots each. Goalkeeper BethHammons would make eight saves on the afternoon.

The Lionsreturn to action on Wednesday stepping out of conference to host Rogers State(Okla.) (1-7) in a non-conference match at 6 p.m. at Hal Bodon Field for PinkNight.

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