DePauw Needs Extra Time to Collect Fifth Straight Win
September 28, 2013
Gambier, Ohio - DePauw's Elizabeth Seewer scored in the final nine minutes of regulation to force overtime and then Caroline Zadina delivered the game winner in the second extra session to give the Tigers a 2-1 victory at Kenyon in the North Coast Athletic Conference opener for both schools.
DePauw improved to 5-4 overall with its fifth straight win, while Kenyon dropped to 2-6-1.
The Tigers outshot the hosts, 7-4, in the first half, but Kenyon turned that around for a 14-8 second-half advantage. Kenyon's Maggie Smith scored the game's first goal at 67:23 on assists from Taylor Jamil and Madi Kim.
Seewer's score came at 81:02 on Megann Lear's assist and Lear assisted on Zadina's game-winning goal at 104:30.
Each team totaled 21 shots with Kenyon leading in shots on goal, 13-10. The Ladies also led in corners, 9-3.
Emma Cooper recorded 12 saves for the Tigers, while Lauren Wolfe had eight for Kenyon.
DePauw returns to action tomorrow with a 2 p.m. match against Birmingham-Southern at Boswell Field.Back