Oct. 23, 2005
Bloomington, IN – The University of Iowa women’s soccer team was defeated by Indiana, 3-2 in overtime Sunday afternoon. The Hoosiers scored the game-winning goal in the 96th minute to earn three points for the victory.
Indiana gained the lead in the 31st minute when Molly Kruger scored an unassisted goal and the score remained 1-0 through halftime.
Iowa responded in the 56th minute when freshman Jackie Kaeding scored her first goal in Black and Gold off an assist from freshman Manon Engelhardt. The Hoosiers struck again in the 68th minute when Lindsey McCarthy netted her first goal of the season to put Indiana back on top, 2-1.
The Hawkeye offense once again responded quickly, netting the equalizer just a minute and a half after Indiana scored the go-ahead goal. Freshman Kelly Warner was the second Hawkeye to score her first collegiate goal on Sunday, knocking in a corner kick from sophomore Jamie Maltman to send the match into overtime.
Indiana netted the game-winning goal 5:54 seconds into the first overtime period when Molly Beckwith found the back of the net.
Senior Whitney Strain, Engelhardt and Warner all had two shots, including one shot on target. Freshman goalkeeper Erin MacIsaac had five saves.
The Hawkeyes wrap up regular season play Friday at Illinois. Match time is set for 7 p.m.