The Kansas University soccer team defeated Nebraska, 2-1, on Saturday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
KU’s Caroline Kastor scored the first goal shortly after the start of the second half. After the Cornhuskers evened the score, Jamie Fletcher put in the game-winner.
“I thought we were really good defensively today,” KU coach Mark Francis said. “We played with a mentality to win balls back and we put a lot of pressure on the ball. In the second half we really moved the ball quickly. We were good in terms of consistency.”
Kansas (2-0) will take time off before hosting South Dakota State on March 31.