Missouri soccer picks up win at Mississippi State

Friday, September 20, 2013 | 9:39 p.m. CDT

The Missouri women's soccer team won 3-1 at Mississippi State on a rainy Friday night. 

Junior midfielder Kaysie Clark opened the scoring for the Tigers in the ninth minute with her fourth goal of the season. In the last seconds of the 45th minute, sophomore midfielder Macee Blanchard made it 2-0 off a pass by redshirt freshman midfielder Loudell Crumpler.

The Bulldogs responded late in the second half with a goal by senior forward Elisabeth Sullivan in the 79th minute, her ninth goal of the season. 

Missouri answered just two minutes later, when freshman midfielder Lauren Selaiden picked up her third goal of the season assisted by senior midfielder Dominique Richardson.

Goalkeeper McKenzie Sauerwein made eight saves for the Tigers. 

Missouri is scheduled to continue Southeastern Conference play against Georgia at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 27 at home. 

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