|OT||94:34||TEAM (Benedictine (Kan.))|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Indv. Leaders||Benedictine (Kan.)|
|#21 Kristin Breaux - 2||Shots||#3 Anna Romano - 7|
|#0 Lauren Sayler - 11||Saves||#1 Ellen Loughman - 3|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Team Statistics||Benedictine (Kan.)|
|4 (3)||Shots (on goal)||20 (14)|
HASTINGS, Neb.-- The Jimmie women's soccer team more than held its own against No. 3 Benedictine (Kan.) Saturday afternoon, losing a tough 1-0 decision in overtime.
HOW IT HAPPENED:
The Jimmies were down to 10 players after Olivia Rivas (JR/Duarte, Calif.) was shown a red card with 26:11 left in the first half. Rivas was whistled for a "last defender" foul while denying a Benedictine scoring chance.
Facing 10 opponents, the Ravens got off eight shots but put just three on target. Jamestown was not able to get a shot in the first 45 minutes.
In the second half, Benedictine peppered UJ goalkeeper Lauren Sayler (JR/Bismarck, ND) to the tune of 12 shots, 11 on target. The Jimmies finally registered a shot, ending regulation with three of their four shots saved by Raven keeper Ellen Loughman.
The game-winning score came 4:34 into the first overtime. Jamestown was attempting a clearance but had the ball deflect off one of their players into the net.
HAT TRICK (3 TAKEAWAYS FROM SATURDAY'S MATCH):
1. Jamestown was held without a goal for the first time in 2017. They were blanked four times in 2016.
2. The Jimmies have conceded only three goals over their last 384 minutes and 34 seconds of game action.
3. UJ is now 0-2 against Top 25 ranked teams over the last two seasons. Both defeats came at the hands of Benedictine.
Jamestown squares off with 14th-ranked Hastings (Neb.) Sunday at 3:00 p.m.