Sept. 17, 2013
BALTIMORE - Loyola University Maryland women's soccer dropped a double-overtime contest, 1-0, to George Mason University on Tuesday evening at Ridley Athletic Complex.
The Patriots improve to 3-3-1, while the Greyhounds drop to 1-5-1 in non-conference play.
In the 102nd minute, a Loyola defender deflected a pass right to the feet of Patriot's midfielder Emma Stone, who blasted a shot 14 yards out and into the back of the net.
The Greyhounds best opportunity to score came with six minutes remaining in the first half, when two corner kicks were blocked by George Mason defenders and ultimately called offsides.
Sophomore Charlotte Miller came out quick in the second half with a shot to the low corner, but the Patriot’s Lindse Hokanson was there for the save. Miller ended the match with two shots, one on goal.
Throughout the game, George Mason outshot the Greyhounds 14-11, while Loyola held a 6-3 advantage in corner kicks.
Senior goalkeeper Didi Haracic ended the night with nine saves, one shy of her season-high against Delaware.
The Greyhounds return to Ridley Athletic Complex, Saturday, Sept. 21, to host Loyola's first Patriot League match in school history. The Greyhounds will host the College of the Holy Cross at 1 p.m.