WOMEN'S SOCCER FALLS IN OVERTIME, 2-1, AT NEVADA
RENO, Nev. - The Wolf Pack scored with 17 seconds remaining in the first overtime period and the Sacramento State women's soccer lost, 2-1, to Nevada on Friday night in the Hornets' final non-conference match of the season.
Victoria Ramirez tallied her team-high fifth goal of the season but the Hornets lost at Nevada.
The Hornets slide to 4-6 on the season while the Wolf Pack improve to 2-8.
After a scoreless first half, Victoria Ramirez scored her team-best fifth goal of the season in the 46th minute. Ramirez collected a pass from Caitlin Pulver inside the 18-yard box and placed her shot past Nevada keeper Dana Moreno, who subbed in at halftime.
But Nevada would tie the game with a goal in the 72nd minute. Ellie Stott used a header to pop the ball over Sacramento State keeper Savannah Abercrombie and scored on an open net.
After regulation ended in a 1-1 tie, Nevada struck in the first overtime to secure its second win of the season. After a shot was saved by Abercrombie, Kori Disarufino collected the rebound and finished with the game-winning goal in the 100th minute and just 17 seconds left in the first overtime period.
Each team took 10 shots and tallied three saves while the Hornets had a 3-2 edge in corner kicks. Sacramento State was whistled for 12 fouls while Nevada was called for just four infractions.
The Hornets will open up Big Sky Conference play next Friday at home against Portland State.