Seasiders fall in extra time

Seasiders fall in extra time

WAIPAHU, Hawaii – Keeper Camille Jones put on a performance, but BYU-Hawaii women's soccer fell 1-0 to Idaho State in overtime during Thursday afternoon's exhibition game.

Jones was crucial in the scoreless regulation time, making six saves in the first half and three in the second.

Mackenzie Bean and Sydney Eddy were each able to get shots on goal during the match.

Idaho State was able to take control of the first ten minutes of the game getting two corner kicks and two shots off before BYU-Hawaii's Eddy called the Bengal's keeper to action with a shot on goal 9:25 into the game.

In the 18th minute, Bean took advantage of the counterattack from a shot by Meaghan Bare to get off the Seasider's second shot on goal, forcing another Bengal save.

A corner kick by Nikolina Musto in the 24th minute opened up the opportunity for Jazmin Lopez to take a shot at the Seasider's net, but it was stopped by Jones.

The Bengals, led by Musto, were able to get five more shots on goal, but Jones kept a clean net and took the scoreless match into halftime.

A corner kick by Musto began the second half of the game, which led to another save by Jones.

BYU-Hawaii retaliated with a corner of their own in the 56th minute, but the shot by Bean was not enough to take the advantage. Two more saves in the 72nd and 75th minutes sent the game to overtime in a 0-0 tie.

Idaho State was able to capitalize in overtime, taking advantage of a foul inside the box to send Musto to the penalty spot and take the 1-0 game.

Seasiders return to the field on Saturday against Sacramento State at 4:30 p.m. HST. Live stats will be available online.

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