The Hope College women's soccer team pushed nationally ranked University of Chicago for as long it could in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament before falling 4-0 on Saturday in Chicago.
The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association champion Flying Dutch finished the season with a 19-3-1 record.
The 19 wins are the most in a single season by a Hope team.
Chicago, ranked third and fourth in the two national soccer polls, cracked one of the nation's toughest defenses with three goals in a seven-minute span between the 73rd and 80th minutes.
The Flying Dutch had allowed only eight goals all season and not yielded more than two in a single match. Hope had shut out a school-record 16 opponents, including Wisconsin-Whitewater in Friday's first-round match.
Jenna McKinney's two goals in a four-minute span broke open the match by giving Chicago a 3-0 lead with 14:15 remaining.
Chicago outshot Hope by a 16-9 margin. Freshman goalie Jordanne Ellingboe of Grand Haven, Michigan (Grand Haven HS) made four saves.