Georgetown News
Women's Soccer - Fri, Nov. 13, 2009

Georgetown, Ky. - It took five successful penalty kicks after 110 minutes for top-seed Lindsey Wilson to win the 2009 Mid-South Conference Women's Soccer Championship.

Georgetown, Ky. - It took five successful penalty kicks after 110 minutes for top-seed Lindsey Wilson to win the 2009 Mid-South Conference Women's Soccer Championship.

Host Georgetown battled back from a 2-0 deficit in the second half to tie things up with just 1:45 to go in the match when Haley Stegner's shot from 38 yards out sailed right over keeper Reiko Yoshida head.  Neither team could connect in the two extra periods, putting the match's fate into a shootout.

The Blue Raiders won the coin toss and elected to begin their penalty kicks first. Both teams exchanged goals for four rounds and Lindsey Wilson in the fifth, forcing Georgetown to make the next attempt.  Yoshida saved the final shot by Tiger senior Andi Wilhoit.

It was the second time in 24 hours for the Tigers to play 110 minutes and go into a shootout.  Georgetown advanced in the semi-finals over Cumberlands winning the match 8-7 in penalty kicks on Thursday.  The Tigers finish their year 12-7-2.
 
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