Springfield, Mass. – The Wentworth women's soccer team played to a double-overtime scoreless draw with Western New England in its second Commonwealth Coast Conference contest of the season Saturday afternoon.
Wentworth moves to 4-5-1 overall and 0-1-1 in league play, while WNE shifts to 2-6-2 this season and 0-1-1 in conference.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Leopards' junior goalkeeper Allison Haynes (Shelton, Conn.) made a career-high 12 saves in the shutout, including six in the first half.
- Western New England outshot the visitors 27-10 and took the lone shot on target in double-overtime in the 102nd minute. Haynes denied the bid by Allison Bruehwiler in the only offensive threat of the extra-time segment.
- Wentworth took three shots on target, all stopped by WNE keeper Alex Lemekha. All three shots on net were taken by senior Jess Poratti (Essex Junction, Vt.).
- Haynes moves to 4-5-1 this season with her third career shutout which featured 12 saves.
- Lemekha shifts to 2-6-2 with three saves.
- Leopards played to third extra-time decision of this season.
- The all-time series between WIT and WNE moves to 7-7-1, dating back to 2007.
- Wentworth steps out of conference for a 4:00 p.m. game at Coast Guard Academy on Wednesday.
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