|September 09, 2018||1st||2nd||1OT||Final|
|MIAMI||39:40||BOGDANOVITCH, Lyda (MASYS, Chloe , KING, Jordan)|
|LIP||42:10||GILMORE, Selah (ECK, Hailey )|
|LIP||51:45||MCFADDEN, Logan (DOAK, Olivia )|
|MIAMI||80:35||ALBRECHT, Lauren (WINNETT, Olivia )|
|LIP||97:02||MCKAY, Maycie (DOAK, Olivia )|
|Stats at a Glance||MIAMI||LIP|
|Shots (on Goal)||7 (3)||18 (7)|
NASHVILLE – It was a rainy Sunday afternoon in Nashville but the Lipscomb women’s soccer team’s play was certainly not gloomy as the Lady Bisons defeated Miami (OH) 3-2 in overtime.
Redshirt-junior Maycie McKay notched the game-winner in the 98th minute, giving Lipscomb (4-2-2) the win and preserving the team’s undefeated home record.
Miami (2-3-1) struck first as Lyda Bogdanovitch placed the ball into the back of the net from deep to give Miami a 1-0 lead in the 40th minute.
The Lady Bisons answered almost immediately. In the 43rd minute, junior defender Hailey Eck fired in a long ball that redshirt-sophomore Selah Gilmore tapped into the net. It was Gilmore’s first goal of the season and Eck’s first assist.
In the 52nd minute, as the ball battered around in the box, junior Olivia Doak headed it over to freshman Logan McFadden who rocketed it in for Lipscomb’s second goal of the game and the second goal of her career.
The Redhawks tied the game at 2-2 with just under 10 minutes to go as Lauren Albrecht snuck the ball across the goal line to send the game to extra time.
- Doak also assisted on the game-winner, giving her two for the game and four on the year to tie her with McKay for the team lead. Doak also leads the team with 10 total points.
- Redshirt-senior goalkeeper Kate Mason notched one save, pushing her save total to 28 on the season.
- Lipscomb outshot Miami 18-7, with a 7-3 shots-on-goal advantage.
- Doak led the team with seven shots. Seven different players notched a shot on goal.
- Mason, McFadden and seniors Justis Bailey, Brooke Brenner, and Dom Diller went the full 97 minutes for the Purple and Gold.
- Lipscomb was whistled for five offsides, while Miami was whistled for one.
UP NEXT: The Lady Bisons will head to Cincinnati for a Thursday night matchup.