Plymouth ends a two game skid shutting out Colby-Sawyer in 2-OT
Plymouth, N.H.– The Plymouth State University Women's soccer team ended a two game losing streak, beating the Chargers of Colby-Sawyer College in a double overtime in-state thriller. Panther goalkeeper Annaliese Schmidt (Newmarket, N.H.) had a busy but perfect game in the net, stopping 13 charger shots on goal. Charger GK, Sam Mitchell, towed the line in regulation with 8 saves. The Panther women found a line of attack in the second OT, and looked to be dialing it in for the W. After a near miss off the post by Hannah Kallis (Sanford, Me.) from Megan Toman (Killingworth, Ct.) at 107:10, Kallis found the back of the net at 107:43 to secure the Panther shutout.
Arold Field, Plymouth, N.H. – Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Plymouth State 1, Colby-Sawyer 0
PSU 6-2-2; CSC 1-8-1
*PSU goal by Hannah Kallis for the win at 107:43
*PSU outshot by CSC 16-13
*PSU recorded the 8th shutout of the season
*Non-conference match up, in state rivalry
PSU at USM, Saturday, October 8, 1:00 p.m.
CSC hosts Johnson State, Saturday, October 8, 3:30 p.m.
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