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October 21, 2013

FSU, Salisbury tie 0-0

FROSTBURG — Despite two overtimes totalling 110 minutes of action, neither Frostburg State nor Salisbury could find the net as the Capital Athletic Conference matchup between the two schools ended in a 0-0 draw on Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.

Both sides had excellent opportunities to score, but unlucky bounces and key goalkeeper saves kept the contest scoreless. The game was also a rematch of last year’s CAC Tournament Championship game that ended in a tie before being decided on penalty kicks.

Frostburg State (6-7-2, 2-2-2) had a pair of scoring chances late in the opening half when Stephanie Fazenbaker had two shots turned away by Salisbury’s Michelle Conrad at 37:02 and 43:13.

The Sea Gulls (7-4-1, 2-1-1) had two point-blank chances when Julie Dannenberg attempted a shot (82:15) toward the right side of the goal, but the Bobcats’ Katie Smith made a sprawling save to her left to knock the ball out of bounds. Just 11 seconds later, Casey Arnone flicked a header on goal past Smith, but the ball was cleared away by Nicole Gernart.

With 1:47 left, FSU’s Adria Graham received a pass up the middle of the field and she broke away from the defender. Her ensuing shot floated over the outstretched arms of the goalie, but smacked the crossbar and ricocheted back into the field of play.

Both teams attempted just once shot apiece in both overtime sessions.

Smith made three saves for the Bobcats, while Conrad made six saves in 65 minutes of action.

FSU held an 18-11 advantage in shots and an 8-6 edge in corner kicks.

The Bobcats travel to Mary Washington on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Montgomery    4

Potomac State    1

KEYSER, W.Va. —  Rachel Anderson and Tamara Castillo each scored two goals to lead Montgomery College over Potomac State College Sunday afternoon at Keyser High School’s Tornado Alley.

The bulk of the scoring came in the second half. Montgomery, leading 1-0 at halftime on Castillo’s unassisted goal at 43:30, took a 2-0 lead at 47:21 on Anderson’s first goal.

Potomac State pulled to within one on a Kirsten Rayner penalty kick at 47:53.

Montgomery then scored the next two goals on a Castillo penalty kick at 65:39 and Anderson’s second goal at 76:07.

The Knights dominated in shots, 13-3, and had two more corner kicks, 4-2.

Potomac State’s Kat Ziebarth and Alana Nappi combined for nine saves with Nappi making five. Montgomery’s Ashley Latter had two stops.

The Catamounts (7-5) get a rematch against Montgomery on Tuesday in the first round of the Region XX Championship.

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