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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: October 21, 2008
BANGOR, Maine --- Colby College’s Emily Moos scored her first collegiate goal to tie the game at 2-2, but Husson College’s Amy Sanz scored at the 109:00 mark of the game to lead the Eagles to a 3-2 overtime victory over the Mules in non-conference women’s soccer Tuesday.
Colby is 4-7-1 overall heading into Saturday’s 11 a.m. home game with Bowdoin College. Husson moves to 12-4 overall.
Husson got the game-winning goal in the second overtime session when Shelby Bradford’s corner kick to the back post was headed into the net by Sanz.
Moos had tied the game at 2-2 with just under 13 minutes left in regulation. Nikki Pickering added her fourth goal of the season for Colby off an assist from Julie Denison.
Megan Clement and Megan LaJoie also tallied for the Eagles, while Bradford finished with two assists.
Tatyana Wolterbeek had six saves for the Eagles, while Loni Pisani finished with nine saves for Colby.
Husson 3, Colby 2
H: Megan Clement (Shelby Bradford), 12:38
C: Nikki Pickering (Julie Denison), 24:37
H: Megan LaJoie (Kylan Smith), 30:35
C: Emily Moos, 77:30
H: Amy Sanz (Shelby Bradford), 109:00
Shots: Colby 14, Husson 20. Corner kicks: Colby 3, Husson 3. Goalies: Loni Pisani (C, 109:00, 3 GA, 9 saves); Tatyana Wolterbeek (H, 109:00, 2 GA, 6 saves).