LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The San Diego Wave picked up their fourth straight road shutout in a scoreless draw Friday night against Racing Louisville in the National Women's Soccer League.

Louisville had 10 shots and San Diego had 15, but each goalkeeper came up with four saves.

In the 40th minute, Louisville forward Thembi Kgatlana nearly beat Kailen Sheridan to a Wave backpass, but the goalkeeper cleared it just before Kgatlana's arrival.

Seconds later, Louisville goalkeeper Katie Lund had to push Makenzy Doniak's one-touch shot away from danger at the far post.

The Wave had a couple of late chances, including substitute Amirah Ali's shot that went just over the crossbar.

San Diego moved to the top of the NWSL with a 6-3-2 record.

It was the league-leading sixth draw for Louisville (2-3-6).

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