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Women's soccer Panthers lose home opener 2-0 to Acadia

UPEI Panthers forward Madison Hurley, left, and Acadia Axewomen defender Meghan Johnston chase a loose ball Friday during Atlantic University Sport women's soccer action in Charlottetown.
UPEI Panthers forward Madison Hurley, left, and Acadia Axewomen defender Meghan Johnston chase a loose ball Friday during Atlantic University Sport women's soccer action in Charlottetown. - Jason Malloy
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

UPEI Panthers forward Lauren Clark, left, tries to cut back across the field on Acadia Axewomen defender Mya Harnish Friday during Atlantic University Sport women's soccer action in Charlottetown.
UPEI Panthers forward Lauren Clark, left, tries to cut back across the field on Acadia Axewomen defender Mya Harnish Friday during Atlantic University Sport women's soccer action in Charlottetown.

Sisters Jenna and Jayden Boudreau each scored Friday to propel to the Acadia Axewomen to a 2-0 victory over the host UPEI Panthers in Atlantic University Sport women’s soccer action.

Jenna Boudreau and Grace Longley drew the assists while Sarah Charnock recorded the clean sheet.

Amanda Stanyer made nine saves in the loss.
The Axewomen improved to 2-0-0 while the Panthers are 0-3-0 heading to Fredericton, N.B., Sunday to play the UNB Varsity Reds, who are 0-2-0 before hosting Memorial (2-0-0) on Saturday.


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