Seasiders fall to Hornets in extra time

WAIPAHU, Hawaii – BYU-Hawaii women's soccer fell 1-0 in overtime of a tight exhibition battle with Sacramento State Saturday at the Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Stadium.

Goalkeeper Camille Jones put on a clinic again with a total of ten saves, accumulating nine in regulation to keep the game tied 0-0.

After both teams were held scoreless during regulation, Jones made her 10th save of the night, but Adaurie Dayak found Kayla Collins moments later inside the box and she put away the golden goal in the 92nd minute to give the Hornets the win.

Mackenzie Bean took the Seasiders' one and only shot on goal for the match while Rachel Orchard and Mackenzie Moore were both able to get off one shot each. Bean recorded one other shot.

Sacramento State dominated much of the offensive attack during the first half as the BYU-Hawaii focused on counter attacks on defense.  Jones fended off an early shot by Mikayla Reed at the 17:12 mark for her first save. Orchard took the first shot of the game for the Seasiders towards the end of the first half at 40:28.

BYU-Hawaii started the second half with an opportunity to score when Bean took a shot in the 51st minute, but the ball went wide. Her shot on goal occurred moments later, but Hornet keeper Destiny Butcher was able to save it.

At 54:13, Moore continued the offensive pressure with a header off a corner kick by Sydney Eddy, but was unable to find the goal.

BYU-Hawaii will return to the pitch on Thursday to face California State Dominguez Hills at 3 p.m. HST. Live stats will be available online.

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