Head coach Nate Ulness didn’t hide his thoughts after the first Pronghorns women’s soccer game of the season ended in a 1-0 loss.

“It was a lack of creativity, a panic on the ball,” Ulness said after Thursday’s game, the team’s first on the new Gillette College turf soccer field. “Their keeper had the right angles, so you got to give them. For us, (it’s) just being more clinical with the shots we take.”

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