Green Bay's Season Comes to an End Friday at Milwaukee

Courtesy: Green Bay Athletics
Release: October 28, 2011
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Maddie Drusch finishes her career as Green Bay's all-time leader in saves and goals-against average.

MILWAUKEE, Wis. ( - The Green Bay women's soccer team's 2011 season came to an end Friday night as the Phoenix suffered a 7-0 loss to No. 15 Milwaukee (16-2-0, 8-0-0) at Engelmann Stadium. Green Bay finishes the year with a 3-11-4 record and a 1-5-2 mark in Horizon League play.

The Phoenix trailed just 1-0 after 64 minutes, but Milwaukee rattled off six goals in the final 26 minutes to put the game away. Sarah Hagen tallied three goals to lead the Panthers, scoring in the 11th, 66th, and 68th minutes.

Milwaukee outshot Green Bay 27-4 in the contest and finished with a 17-1 advantage in shots on goal. Hagen led all players with six shots

Friday marked the final match in the careers of Phoenix seniors Maddie Drusch (Appleton, Wis.) and Corey Arno (Winneconne, Wis.). Drusch finishes as the school's all-time leader in goals-against average (1.20) and saves (386), and is second in shutouts with 16.  Arno started every match (68) over the last four seasons, scoring five goals and registering a pair of assists.


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