TC women?s soccer splits pair of OT?games

For the second time in as many games, the Tabor College women?s soccer team needed overtime to decide the outcome.

After claiming a 2-1 victory earlier in the week, the Bluejays lost by that same score to Central Methodist Friday.

Hayley Stoval put the Bluejays on the board with a goal in the 18th minute off a Lydia Padilla assist, but Central Methodist tied it 10 minutes later. At halftime, the score remained, 1-1.

Neither team scored in the second half, but Central Methodist managed the game-winning goal in overtime in the 98th minute.

The Eagles took 21 shots to Tabor?s six, including a 12-3 advantage in shots on goal. Bluejay goalkeeper Carly Rowan had 10 saves.

Southwestern Christian?Tabor won its first game of the season by defeating the visiting Eagles in overtime, 2-1, Tuesday.

Ashtyn Stephens, KCAC Offensive Player of the Week, put the Bluejays on the board with a goal at the 15:27 mark. But the Eagles evened the count with a goal less than 10 minutes later.

The score remained locked at 1 through halftime and a scoreless second half.

In overtime, Amy Vaughan scored the winning goal in the 99th minute off an assist from Stephens.

Tabor outshot the Eagles 13-5, including 6-3 shots on goal. Stephens led the Bluejays with three shots on goal. Goalkeeper Carly Rowan had two saves.

Coming?Tabor will host Johnson and Wales Thursday at 5 p.m. and will welcome Rocky Mountain College to town Saturday for an 11 a.m. contest.

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