Local Sports Journal

Muskegon Community College struggled to find its offense in a 5-0 loss to Schoolcraft in women’s soccer.

The Jayhawks dug themselves in a early hole and trailed 3-0 by halftime.

Linsye Haan and Anna Carmean did all they could to get MCC rolling but Schoolcraft’s consistent play kept the Jayhawks on their heels.

“MCC came out flat today early and could not find the final ball in the attacking third to score,” said MCC coach Josh Watson. “Schoolcraft played very well today and deserved the win.”

The Jayhawks dropped to 2-7-1 overall and are now 1-5 in the MCCAA. MCC heads to Cincinnati State Tech on Oct. 5 in its next matchup.