Tough Overtime Loss for River Hawks Women’s Soccer

Tough Overtime Loss for River Hawks Women’s Soccer

QUICK STORY: The No. 4 seeded Susquehanna women's soccer team traveled to the No. 1 seeded Scranton for a Landmark Conference semifinal Tuesday night and lost 1-0 in overtime.

RECORDS: Susquehanna ends the season with an overall record of 12-6-0 while Scranton improves to 16-1-1. 

DID YOU KNOW? This is the winningest season under head coach Nick Hoover. This is the first time since 2009 that Susquehanna has made it to the conference playoffs.

REGULATION: The River Hawks out-shot the Royals 5-2 in the first half of regulation with Scranton taking seven shots to SU's one in the second half. Neither team scored however, forcing the game into overtime.

LAST CHANCE: Susquehanna's last chance to score came at the 67:13 mark when Grayclynn Juckes took a shot that traveled wide. The Royal's last chance to keep the game from going into overtime came with 1:18 remaining in the second half but Brittany Uricchio's shot was saved by SU's Jordyn Slocum.

OVERTIME: Scranton's goal came on a header from Jamie Hreniuk off of a corner kick at the 94:44 mark. It was the only shot of the overtime period.

INSIDE THE BOX SCORE: The River Hawks took six shots to the Royal's 10 while totaling one corner kick to Scranton's four. Juckes led Susquehanna in shots with two while four other players accounted for the remaining four shots. Slocum tallied five saves in her 94:44 minutes of work.