FREDERICK, MD. - The Hood College women's soccer team scored first, but conceded a late goal and had to settle for a draw against the visiting Lycoming Warriors.
Inside the Box Score
- Sophomore Samantha Bauer's 33rd minute tally marked her first collegiate goal for the Blazers.
- Rachel Knoebel turned away five chances to cap off a solid effort in goal for the Blazer sophomore.
- The Blazer back four stifled the nation's fifth leading goal scorer, Jordan Lazarich, holding her without a shot on target for the entirety of the 110 minute contest.
- Hood was the aggressor early and often in the first half, despite facing a steady headwind, and rattled off 10 shots in the first 45 minutes.
- Their persistence paid off when a cross into the box was handled by a Lycoming defender and forced a penalty kick. Warrior keeper Joelle Winey parried away the penalty but a mishit clearance fell to the feet of Bauer, who fired a laser into the lower left corner of the net.
- The game went without another goal for nearly an hour, until Lycoming freshman Mackaela Goodwin cut inside near the end line and fired past Knoebel to knot the score at 1-1.
- Overtime saw just four total shots and neither team could find a winner.
- The tie marks Hood's first point in the 2016 Middle Atlantic Conference campaign.
- Winey made four saves for the Warriors.
The Blazers travel to No. 9 Messiah on October 26 at 7:00 p.m. at Shoemaker Field.