Posted: Oct 05, 2019
LAKELAND, Fla. - Florida Southern College women's soccer picked up a point in the Sunshine State Conference standings with a 0-0 draw at Lynn University on Saturday night. The Mocs (3-4-1, 0-3-1) fired off a season-high 18 shots on the night and limited the Fighting Knights (3-4-2, 0-2-2) to just ten shots in the four frames. This marked the Mocs third consecutive match to head to overtime and just the second to reach a second overtime this season.
HOW IT HAPPENED
● Florida Southern would come out hot to start the game as Madison Hald recorded the games first shot in the fifth minute and just 10 seconds later Cali Larson followed with her first of four shots on the night. In the 14th minute, Larson would put the games first shot on target as the Lynn keeper, Devan Malcolm made her first of six saves on the night. Amy Volk and Candace Metcalfe would each add a shot on goal that would find Malcolm to keep the game scoreless. Florida Southern and Lynn would head to the break in a 0-0 tie.
● Caitlyn Lowery recorded her first shot on goal on the night as she sent a shot to the bottom right of the goal as Malcolm made another save. Freshmen Courtney Chomko attempted to get the Mocs on the board as she fired off a pair of shots in a five-second span. In the 68th minute, Caitlin Quaempts put a ball on target but was unable to score as Malcolm made another save on the Mocs. The two teams would end regulation with both teams still looking for a goal.
● The first overtime period would see each team record a shot as Lynn's Ariella Kaplan's shot in the 93rd minute was shot out right of the goal. Chomko would record another shot on the night as her shot in the 98th minute was put left of the goal.
● For the second time this season the Mocs would head to a second overtime. Florida Southern would dominate the possession for most of the second additional 10 minutes.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
● Staten extended her career starts to eight and has played in every minute this season for the Mocs.
● Florida Southern outshot Lynn, 18-10. The Mocs defense limited the Fighting Knights to a single shot in the first half. Florida Southern totaled six corner kicks to Lynn's two.
● The Moccasins are now 11-9-8 all-time against the Fighting Knights, including a 4-4-6 mark in Boca Raton.
Florida Southern will head to Tampa (Oct. 9) before returning to Moccasin Field for their final three regular-season home matches beginning with Florida Tech (Oct. 12).