On Saturday the Shippensburg University Women’s Soccer team faced Lock Haven University.
Lock Haven (2-0-1,0-0-1) struck first in the 26th minute when Hunter McClellan scored a goal to give the Bald Eagles a 1-0 lead. The Raiders (1-2-1,0-0-1 PSAC East) were not be able to respond in the first half. The Raiders were outshot in the first half 12-3, despite having two chances for a corner kick.
In the second half, both teams went back and forth until the 76th minute when Alyse Caffrey put in a header from the corner to tie the game at 1-1. Caffrey’s goal was her first of the season. After the goal, Shippensburg freshman Jenna Folmer, was given a yellow card after a foul. The foul resulted in a corner kick for the Bald Eagles. In the 83rd minute, Lock Haven’s Rachel Morris was given a yellow card after a foul. However, the Raiders were not able to capitalize on the free kick opportunity.
The Raiders had six shots in second half, but the Bald Eagles outshot them with eight shots. The game was tied at the end of regulation and then went into overtime.
In the first overtime period, the Raiders did not have many scoring opportunities and were only able to produce one shot. The Eagles did not have many opportunities either and the game was still tied after the first overtime session. In the second overtime period, neither team was able to score, and the game ended in a draw 1-1.
In total, the Bald Eagles outshot the Raiders 23-11. The Bald Eagles also committed more fouls than the Raiders 19-14. SU sophomore Kendra Barlow made 12 saves and only allowed one goal in 110 minutes in net for the Raiders.
The Raiders will return to action on Wednesday when they travel to Bloomsburg to play the Huskies at 4:30 p.m.