Westminster's offense was rolling in the prior two games but was stopped in its tracks Wednesday at home against Webster.
The Blue Jays only managed three shots with one shot on goal as the Gorloks' scoring just about equaled Westminster's shot total in the 2-0 loss for the Blue Jays (3-6, 3-4 SLIAC).
Both teams didn't score in the first half but not because of a lack of trying for Webster (8-3, 4-2 SLIAC) had 10 shots and seven shots on goal in the first period. Westminster recorded its lone shot on goal in the 20th minute by Rachel Nolte.
Goalkeeper Megan Davidson couldn't hold back the Gorloks anymore as Webster was able to score on its first shot of the second half in the 46th minute. Webster added another in the 57th minute.
Davidson made nine saves in 90 minutes turning away most of the Webster's four attackers with at least three shots.
Westminster will stay at home in its 3 p.m. Saturday conference game against Eureka.