|Harris-Stowe State (Mo.) (4-6, 2-3 AMC)||0||1||0||1||2|
|Williams Baptist College (2-8-1, 1-5-1 AMC)||1||0||0||0||1|
|Walnut Ridge, AR|
|1||30:18||Maria Ramirez (Williams Baptist College)|
|2||50:24||Justice Corn (Harris-Stowe State (Mo.))|
|2OT||101:53||Lizette Popoca (Harris-Stowe State (Mo.))|
|Harris-Stowe State (Mo.)||Indv. Leaders||Williams Baptist College|
|2 Players (#6,#17) - 1||Goals||#9 Maria Ramirez - 1|
|2 Players (#8,#11) - 1||Assists||#18 Madeline Mead - 1|
|#8 Johanna Wallstab - 5||Shots||#18 Madeline Mead - 8|
|#00 Camila Chaves - 11||Saves||#1 Jasmine Espinoza - 4|
|Harris-Stowe State (Mo.)||Team Statistics||Williams Baptist College|
|17 (6)||Shots (on goal)||24 (15)|
Date: October 7, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 1 vs. Harris-Stowe State University 2 (Double overtime)
Records: WBC (2-8-1, AMC 1-5-1) vs. HSSU (4-6, AMC 2-3)
Location: Eagle Soccer Field - Walnut Ridge, Ark.
Maria Ramirez (SR/White Hall, Ark.) scored a first half goal for Williams Baptist College, but the Lady Eagles fell 2-1 in double overtime to Harris-Stowe State University on Saturday. The women's soccer match was the American Midwest Conference Game of the Week, and played in Walnut Ridge, Ark.
Ramirez's goal came after some nifty footwork by Madeline Mead (SR/Batesville, Ark.), who lofted the ball over the defender's head, sending Ramirez in on goal. Ramirez made no mistake hitting the ball hard into the net, giving the Lady Eagles the 1-0 advantage.
The Hornets found a way back into the game in the 50th minute when Justice Corn scored an equalizing goal.
Both teams came close to scoring the rest of the way, but neither team found a winning goal in regulation.
The game headed to overtime and in double overtime, Lizette Popoca found the back of the net for HSSU, giving them the 2-1 win.
Williams outshot the Hornets by a 24-to-17 margin. The Lady Eagles placed 14 shots on target, compared to six for HSSU.
Harris-Stowe finished with eight corner kicks, while WBC managed three.
Jasmine Espinoza (SO/Fort Smith, Ark.) finished the game with four saves in her 101:53 of time as goalkeeper.
The Lady Eagles will jump out of conference play for a matchup with Bethel University on Tuesday, Oct. 10. The game will be played at Bethel at 5:00 p.m.
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