POTSDAM, N.Y. – The Keuka College Women's Soccer team fell on the road on Saturday to hosts Potsdam State 1-0 in the first game of the Potsdam College Cup.
Kenna Kosinski stood strong in net for Keuka, recording 11 saves. The Bears controlled most of the play, outshooting Keuka 24-4.
Keuka will play their final game in the Potsdam College Cup on Sunday when they face Sage College for a noon matchup.
Keuka College and Potsdam State played to a scoreless first half, but both teams had their chances. Keuka had a pair of shots on net in the half, both saved by the Bears keeper. Keuka was able to link up and find Hannah Dalle in the 35th minute, but her attempt found the post. Potsdam had their chances as well in the first, but Kosinski turned away all six shots on goal in the period.
Potsdam broke through in the 54th minute to take a 1-0 lead. The Bears continued to pressure in the half, but Kosinski keep the game at a one-goal margin. The Green and Gold attempted a comeback, but the possession of Potsdam State was too much as they would go on to defeat Keuka College 1-0.