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McFadden Provides Scoring In 1-1 Women's Soccer Draw

Katelyn McFadden tallied the match's first goal 1:15 into the second half.

Katelyn McFadden tallied the match's first goal 1:15 into the second half.

Sept. 21, 2012

Final Stats

STONY BROOK, N.Y. - Katelyn McFadden scored for the second game in a row, giving the Loyola University Maryland women's soccer team the lead early in the second half, but Stony Brook University rallied to tie the Greyhounds, 1-1, in a double-overtime non-conference decision on Friday night.

McFadden scored her second goal of the season at 46:15 when she cut in from the right side, cutting in toward her left. She drove a ball on the ground with her left foot and took a shot from the top of the box that beat Seawolves' goalkeeper Ashley Castanio to the far post.

The Greyhounds (4-2-3 overall) maintained the lead until the final seven minutes.

Stony Brook's Raven Edwards scored on a deflected shot at 83:50 to knot the game at 1-1.

"This was a fantastic game, up and down, and we really connected well with our passes," said Loyola Head Coach Katherine Vettori. "We fought hard against a very physical team, and this a great result for us on the road on their home field where they are undefeated this year."

Loyola had two shots in regulation, following Edwards' goal, but a Nichole Schiro attempt went wide, and Chantal Celestin's header just before the end of the game was high.

The Seawolves' Tessa Devereaux managed the only shot in the second overtime, coming with just 56 ticks left in the frame, but it was also wide.

Edwards took a shot in the first two minutes of the second extra frame, and Sa'sha Kershaw's shot in the 104th minute was saved by Loyola's Didi Haracic, her only stop of the game as Stony Brook (6-2-1) had just two on goal.

Schiro had another headed shot saved by Castanio in the 106th minute, and Stella Norman's attempt for Stony Brook was high, sending the game to a deadlocked finish.

Stony Brook outshot the Greyhounds, 17-15, but Loyola had an 8-2 advantage in shots on goal and a 4-3 lead in corner kicks. Castanio made seven saves for the Seawolves, while Haracic totaled one.

 

 

Loyola will wrap up its road trip with its final non-conference match of the season on Sunday afternoon when it takes on Fordham University in The Bronx at 1 o'clock.

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