College Soccer

Sacred Heart Women’s Soccer Falls In Overtime At Hartford

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WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – The Sacred Heart women’s soccer team lost in overtime Sunday 1-0 to the Hartford Hawks at Al-Marzook Field.

Hartford (3-1-0) scored the lone goal of the match in the fourth minute of extra time. Elise Galipo found Julia Carr on the counter, with Carr firing a shot from 10 yards out past Talia Schwartz who came off her line to stop Carr. Schwartz had three saves as Sacred Heart (2-3-0) was shut out for the first time in 2015.

The Pioneers are back in action Tuesday night with a 7 p.m. match at Yale.

FIRST HALF

– Schwartz was forced into quick action, making a save in the second minute on an Aaliyah Ingram shot

– Mesropyan had SHU’s first shot of the game, putting one on goal in the 11th minute that was stopped by Hartford goalkeeper Jessica Jurg; Marissa Christy also had a shot on goal in the 13th minute

– Christy had another shot on goal