LAIE, Hawaii – Natalie Reynolds equalized late in regulation and BYU-Hawaii women's soccer tied Hawaii Hilo 1-1 on Saturday at the BYU-Hawaii soccer field.
Reynolds led all players with eight shots. The Seasiders (0-2-1) had eight shots on goal, holding the Vulcans (1-0-2) to three.
A foul inside the box in the 68th minute put Reynolds at the spot. She placed the ball inside the left-post as the keeper dived right to tie the game 1-1.
Hawaii Hilo's Abcde Zoller started the game with a shot from the left wing, but Daryl Kaufusi was able to get her hands on it. The Seasiders took seven shots in the first half, none of which made contact with the goal.
In the 60th minute the Vulcans' Kahri Golden shot the ball off the crossbar and into the net to give the Vulcans the 1-0 advantage.
Reynolds and Golden each got off shots shortly before the end of regulation, but were unable to find the netting, sending them into extra time.
Neither team was able to put the ball on frame in the extra time, ending the game in a tie.
BYU-Hawaii will play at Hawaii on Thursday at 7 p.m. HST. Live stats will be available online.