NATCHITOCHES, La. - The ULM soccer team`s attempt to halt Northwestern State`s 12-game home winning streak came up just seven seconds short. The Warhawks dropped a 2-1 decision at the Demon Soccer Complex on Wednesday night in Natchitoches, La. "It was a very evenly matched game that we can take a lot of positives from," said ULM head coach Stacy Lamb. "We were able to fix our problems from this past Sunday and played much better." Following a scoreless first half, NSU netted the game`s first goal with a second-chance shot following a save by freshman goalkeeper Mallory George`s deflection of a corner kick at the 56 minute mark. Three minutes later freshman Britnie Markham tallied the first goal of her career off an assist from junior Allison Matson. The score was the first of the season for the Warhawks (0-2) and tied the score at 1-1. The Lady Demons (1-1) would push across the game`s final score on a second attempt after another George save with seven seconds remaining on the game clock. "This was a great game against one of our biggest in-state rivals," said ULM head coach Stacy Lamb. "We are very pleased with today`s effort. It is just sad that we made two mistakes." ULM returns to the ULM Soccer Complex to face former Southland Conference opponent Nicholls State at noon on Sunday, Sept. 3.