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The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women's soccer team closed out their 2018 campaign with a narrow loss to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Oct. 20. The Huskies took the Saturday match 1-0 after an own goal in the 54th minute.

That's it for the Wesmen this year, as they finished out of the post-season with a 0-10-4 record.

Before Saturday's game, the Wesmen honoured fourth-year forward Tyler Johnson, who is moving on from the program and graduating.

"As far as her character, I don't think I've ever coached anyone so grounded, and she's such a team player," head coach Amy Anderson told wesmen.ca. "She's such a grounded young woman, and she was such a pleasure to coach, and I'll really miss her, for sure."

Wesmen goalkeeper Maddie Fordyce makes a save off a Huskies corner kick.

Wesmen midfielder Katia Occhino successfully plays the ball off an oncoming Huskies player.

Huskies Hannah Gannitsos-Clark fights to keep the ball in play.

Huskies midfielder Payton Izsak argues as she is shown a yellow card.

Published in Volume 73, Number 7 of The Uniter (October 25, 2018)

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