Haley Krentz scored the game-winning goal for the Tigers in the second overtime period.
Sept. 17, 2010
Columbia, Mo--The Missouri Women's soccer team topped the Loyola Greyhounds 3-2 tonight in another double-overtime match. Sophomore Haley Krentz scored the game-winner for the Tigers, upping the team's record to 2-3-2 on the season.
The Greyhounds stepped up early in the game scoring two goals in the first half despite being outshot 11-4 by Missouri in the half. Loyola's goals were both scored by Nicole Schiro.
"Loyola did a great coaching job in the first half," head coach Bryan Blitz said. "I think our team showed a lot of heart by not getting frustrated during the second half and continuing to play our way through what was planned."
Mizzou dominated through the midfield for much of the game, coming out even stronger after the half. The Tigers outshot Loyola 25-4 with 10 corner kicks to Loyola's zero.
Junior Kendra Collins scored first for the Tigers, her first goal of the season. She got a head on a free kick from Dominique Richardson to find the back of the net. Not soon after, senior Alysha Bonnick followed up with goal number two. She followed a long pass from a fellow Tiger to beat the Greyhound defense and toe the ball past the keeper. Bonnick has a team-leading five goals on the season.
Missouri ended the first overtime period with the same 2-2 score, but Krentz ended the game netting her first goal of the season one minute into the second overtime period.
Mizzou comes out again on Sunday to face Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Walton Stadium at 1 p.m. Fans can follow the game on Mizzou-All Access, Twitter or GameTracker at mutigers.com. Keep up with Mizzou Soccer on any of the team's social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo as well as on mutigers.com.
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