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The Golden Eagles started the day off strong with a 3-1 victory over Stephen F. Austin. Freshman forward Danielle Martens was the first Golden Eagle to get on the board, finding the back of the net in the 15th minute.,”The women's soccer team split a pair of matches last weekend in College Station, Texas.

The Golden Eagles started the day off strong with a 3-1 victory over Stephen F. Austin. Freshman forward Danielle Martens was the first Golden Eagle to get on the board, finding the back of the net in the 15th minute. Sophomores Julia Victor and Stephanie Vasos tallied one goal each in the second half.

With four seconds remaining in the match, the Ladyjacks scored on their only shot attempt of the game, ruining the Golden Eagles shutout bid.

In the nightcap, Marquette fell to Texas A&M 1-0. The Golden Eagles could not find much rhythm against the Aggies, placing just three shots on goal. Texas A&M, who advanced to the to the quarterfinals of last year's NCAA Tournament, recorded the lone goal of the game in the seventh minute.