DECATUR, Ga. - The Sewanee women's soccer team suffered a go-ahead goal in the 90th minute, as the Tigers fell to the Scotties of Agnes Scott, 3-2, Tuesday afternoon from Gellerstedt Field.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Agnes Scott (3-3-1), 3, Sewanee (0-6-2) 2
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-Sewanee took 11 shots in the opening half, but it took them over 30 minutes for the team to score, but there were in a deficit.
-Agnes Scott's Caitlynn Croft scored the first two goals in the 15th and 20th minutes.
-The Tigers responded with a 31st-minute goal by Gillian Campbell for her first goal of the year to make the score, 2-1.
-Despite the Tigers limiting the Scotties to three shots in the first 45 minutes, the home team came out shooting with six shots. One of those six found the back of the net. With 43 seconds to go, Jasmine Young struck the game-winner off a Nia Coates pass to secure the match.
SEWANEE KEY STATISTICS
-Gillian Campbell led the Tigers with five shots, but her lone shot on goal was one that scored.
-Abigail Frazier (0-1) saved one shot in the second half but took the loss.
AGNES SCOTT KEY STATISTICS
-Caitlynn Croft scored two goals on three shots to lead the Scotties.
-Abby Ackerson (2-3-1) saved five shots in full time.
The Tigers will open Southern Athletic Association play on Friday with a match at Berry.