WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Grace Wolf scored 4:22 into the first overtime period as the Keuka College Women's Soccer team defeated hosts Lycoming College on Sunday afternoon.
Keuka College 2 at Lycoming College 1 - OT
The host Warriors struck first on Sunday as a deflected pass fell right to the foot of an attacker and a high shot went into the net for the 1-0 lead 20 minutes into the game. Lycoming would out-shoot Keuka 7-3 in the half, but the score would hold at 1-0 into halftime.
Keuka College came out fast in the second. In total they had 15 shots in the half, with the Lycoming goalie making nine saves. The Green and Gold would capitalize on the transition. Seconds after Pegg made save for the Wolves, Morgan Fuller would get sprung on a one-on-one breakaway. The sophomore converted to draw the game level in the 72nd minute. The two teams pressed for the go-ahead goal and both goalies were called upon for saves in the final minutes. The game would remain tied at the end of regulation, forcing overtime.
Both teams had a chance in the opening minutes of overtime, with the attempt at each end of the field being saved. In the 95th minute, the Warriors got called for a foul 35 yards from their own goal. Morgan Fuller took the free kick for Keuka and sent it into the box. The ball took one bounce in the box and Grace Wolf ran onto the end of it. Wolf headed the ball in near the left post to give Keuka the 2-1 overtime victory.
- Keuka College improves to 7-1 against Lycoming College
- It is the second time that extra time was needed between the Wolves and the Warriors. Keuka won the previous instance 1-0 in 2000
- Keuka extends its unbeaten streak in extra time games to nine straight. The Wolves improve to 24-17-35 all-time in extra time. Their last overtime loss came in 2015
- 10 saves by Jessica Pegg was a season-high. Her streak of four straight games without allowing a goal was snapped
Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves will return to the field next Saturday with a North Eastern Athletic Conference match at Cazenovia College. The Wildcats are the most-played opponent in Keuka College history and the Green and Gold are 25-1-2 in those meetings.