Crusaders tie with Lions after two overtimes

October 06, 20161st2nd1OT 2OT Final
Emmanuel (GA)10001
North Greenville10001
Scoring
NORTH GR15:01Lindsay Tuten
EMMANUEL24:15Katie Estrada (Natalie Stevenson )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
EMMANUELAlley Howell45:4913
EMMANUELMarina Eisenhut64:1103
NORTH GRMadelynn Schober110:00113
Stats at a GlanceEMMANUELNORTH GR
Shots (on Goal)23 (15) 15 (8)
Saves613
Offsides21
Corner Kicks94
Fouls67
Yellow Cards01
Crusaders tie with Lions after two overtimes
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Crusaders tie with Lions after two overtimes

Tigerville, S.C. - North Greenville tied with Emmanuel College on Thursday after two overtimes with a final score of 1-1. The Crusaders are now 2-7-1 (0-5-1 CC) on the season.

North Greenville struck first in the first half when Lindsay Tuten (15:01) went unassisted to put in her second goal of the season to take a 1-0 lead over Emmanuel College. After taking five shots on goal, the Lions’ sixth shot on goal would find the back of the net as Emmanuel’s Natalie Stevenson would set up Katie Estrada (24:15) to tie the game up at one all. NGU finished the first half with five shots on goal and NGU’s Madelynn Schober would have six saves in the first half.

Both teams would be held scoreless in the second half with all seven shots on goal taken between both teams finding the hands of NGU’s Madelyn Schober and EC’s Marina Eisenhut. Lindsay Tuten and Michaela Gleed would take NGU’s second half shots on goal in the second half and Schober would add five saves to make a total of 11 saves at the end of regulation.

Neither team would allow a score in overtime as North Greenville and Emmanuel College would finish the game with a score of 1-1.

Lindsay Tuten would finish the game as the NGU shots leader with 5 shots (4 SOG) while also scoring NGU’s lone goal for the game. Madelynn Schober would finish the game with 13 saves bringing her season total to 81 saves on the season.

North Greenville will look for their first conference win on Saturday, October 8, 2016 as they take on the Pfeiffer Falcons.