WOMEN'S SOCCER STUMBLES, 1-0, AT IDAHO STATE
Elece McBride had four shots, three on goal, in a 1-0 loss at Idaho State on Thursday night.
POCATELLO, Idaho - The Sacramento State women's soccer lost a Big Sky Conference game, 1-0, to Idaho State on Thursday night at Davis Field. The Hornets fall to 6-8-1 (3-2-0 Big Sky) with the loss while the Bengals improved to 6-9-2 (1-2-1) with their first conference win of the season.
It was another nailbiter for the Hornets, as Idaho State scored in the 88th minute to take the lead and iced the last two minutes to win the game. In the previous game, the Hornets used two goals by Leah Larot in the final three minutes to beat Northern Colorado, 2-0.
With just 2:21 left on the clock, Idaho State's Rachel Strawn launched a throw-in into the box where Allyson Stainbrook put a head on the ball and redirected it into the back of the net.
As a team, Sacramento State outshot Idaho State 15-13 on the game and took one more corner kick (3-2) but Idaho State had the edge in net, where ISU keeper Carly Hutchings made six saves in her first career shutout.
Savannah Abercrombie made three saves for the Hornets.
Sacramento State will be back in action on Sunday at 1 p.m. against Weber State for Senior Day. The Hornets will recognize four seniors - Cori Shreve, Erin Tarantino, Felicia Novoa and Leah Larot - before the final home game of the season.