Women’s Soccer: Ohio Condition falls to Nebraska on penalty takes over Big Ten tournament

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Ohio Condition senior goalie Devon Kerr (1) prepares toss the ball downfield within the first 1 / 2 of the sport against Florida Gulf Coast Col

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Ohio Condition senior goalie Devon Kerr (1) prepares toss the ball downfield within the first 1 / 2 of the sport against Florida Gulf Coast College on Sept. 7. Credit: Casey Cascaldo Photo Editor Software Kit

Following a – tie through 1 hour 30 minutes, the Ohio Condition women?ˉs team lost within the first round from the Big Ten tournament to 6-seeded Nebraska, falling 3-2 on penalty kicks.

Having a 2-2 score through four models of penalty kicks, sophomore forward Natalie Cooke tallied the aim that launched the Cornhuskers within the Buckeyes, and can advance towards the Big Ten semifinals with today?ˉs win.

Following a sluggish start for teams, Ohio Condition senior midfielder Sarah Roberts were able to chance a shot from the top box which was later blocked with a Nebraska defender.

Cornhuskers junior goalie Aubrei Corder then were able to notch a save money on a go produced by sophomore forward Marissa Birzon from 15 yards.

The scoreboard continued to be – heading into halftime after neither team had the opportunity to maintain momentum within the first forty-five minutes from the complement Ohio Condition holding a 6-1 advantage in shots and Nebraska keeping a couple-1 edge in corner kicks.

Within the other half from the game, Senior goalie Devon Kerr came through for that Buckeyes after she deflected a go from the top box produced by Cornhusker junior midfielder Megabites Brandt.

Kerr made three saves in her own eight shutout of the season for Ohio Condition. The eight clean sheets is tied without. 5 in one season in program history.

The matchup entered overtime after ending regulation inside a tie.

Yet, both teams still remained scoreless throughout overtime and double overtime, ultimately forcing the sport come lower to penalty kicks to determine who move ahead towards the Big Ten semifinals. ?

Ohio Condition outshot Nebraska 16-7 hanging around heading in to the penalty kicks.

Junior midfielder Alyssa Baumbick kicked first for that Buckeyes, but Corder was there to prevent the ball from entering the internet.

That has a lot on the line, Senior forward/midfielder Savanah Uveges then kicked the ball past Kerr and in to the internet, putting the Cornhuskers up 1- through one round, before Cooke eventually hit the sport-champion to transmit Nebraska to another round.

Ohio Condition, which now sits at 9-5-4 around the season, will wait to determine where its fate lies in line with the NCAA selection display on November 5.

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