PLYMOUTH, N.H. - Plymouth State University and Colby-Sawyer College battled for 110 minutes in women's soccer Tuesday afternoon, but neither team could score and the game ended in a double-overtime draw at Panther Field.
PSU finished with 20 shots and CSC had seven shots, but neither team was able to generate strong scoring opportunities. The Panthers are still unbeaten on the season with two wins and two ties in four outings, while the Chargers are now 2-2-2. PSU finished with a 0-0 score for the second straight game.
Senior goalkeeper Christina Quirk (Milford, Conn.) finished with 11 saves for the Chargers, while freshman Stephanie Regina (Howell, N.J.) recorded six saves for the home team.
The Panthers open Little East Conference play on Saturday with a 1:00 p.m. kickoff at Panther Field against Eastern Connecticut State University. Colby-Sawyer returns home to host Endicott on Saturday in a Commonwealth Coast Conference match-up (3:00 p.m.)
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