The CCC women's soccer team gave up a pair of goals in each half of Saturday afternoon's game with the College of St. Mary Flames to fall to 0-4 in MCAC play this season. The Tigers made the 5 hour trip to Omaha, Nebraska to play a CSM team tied for first in the MCAC. CCC was outshot by the Flames 32 to 6. Tiger goal keeper Amanda Curtis faced 20 shots on goal and came away with 16 saves. Five of the Tigers' 6 shots were on goal but unfortunately none of them found the back of the net.
Coach Reimer commented on his teams' performance saying, "We were just out played today. This is always a tough game to play because of the 5 hour trip before the game."
The Tigers have a pair of home games this week. Manhattan Christian comes to town on Tuesday at 6:00 pm and then on Saturday at 5:30, the Tigers will play Central Baptist College for their homecoming game.