It was a busy weekend for soccer teams at Algoma University and Sault College.
Algoma returned home for a pair of doubleheaders against Waterloo at Superior Heights.
On Saturday, the Algoma women dropped a 2-0 decision before falling 4-1 on Sunday.
Ciara Dunne and Alaiyah Wilson completed the Waterloo scoring on Saturday.
In Sunday’s game, Helen Lyden had the lone goal for Algoma.
Ainsleigh Sedore scored twice for Waterloo while Dunn and Wilson also scored.
The Algoma men dropped a 4-0 decision on Saturday before playing Waterloo to a scoreless tie on Sunday.
Jake Carenza scored three times while Nicolas Noblecilla also scored for Waterloo in Saturday’s win.
Both Algoma teams head on the road next weekend for to face the University of Guelph.
The Sault College teams were on the road over the weekend for games against Algonquin on Saturday and St. Lawrence on Sunday.
The Sault College women’s team dropped 6-1 decisions on both days while the men fell 8-0 to Algonquin on Saturday and 5-1 to St. Lawrence on Sunday.
Next action for both Sault College teams is on Sept. 21 when they host Durham College at Superior Heights.