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Women’s Soccer Loses To Maryland, 1-0 In Double OT

Women’s Soccer Loses To Maryland, 1-0 In Double OT

Oct. 13, 2001

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland sophomore forward Audra Poulin (Silver Spring, Md.) scored her first career goal to lift the Maryland women’s soccer team to a double-overtime victory over No. 8 Clemson on Saturday night at Ludwig Field.

Poulin scored at the 110:53 mark as she took a pass down the center of the field from fellow sophomore Jen Biscoe (Baltimore, Md.) and beat Clemson keeper Katie Carson to the left side from about five yards out.

Maryland improves its record to 6-4-1 overall, 2-3-0 in the ACC. The Lady Tigers suffer just their second loss of the season falling to 8-2-0 overall and 2-2 in the ACC. The loss also ends a streak of four consecutive shutouts by Carson.

Maryland’s Freshman Lindsay Niehaus (Cincinnati, Ohio) made a key play with 4:04 left in regulation as she saved a shot by Clemson’s Heather Beem after Maryland’s goalkeeper Ali Wolff had come out of the net.

“This was a disappointing loss,” said Clemson Head Coach Todd Bramble. “We came against an inspired Maryland team. With the Wake Forest match coming up on Tuesday, we will have to put this loss behind us and be ready for our next match.”

Box ScoreNo. 8 Clemson (8-2, 2-2 ACC) 0-0-0-0=0Maryland    (6-4-1, 2-3 ACC) 0-0-0-1=1

Goals: Clemson – none. Maryland – Audra Poulin (Jen Biscoe) 110:53.

Goalkeepers: Clemson – Katie Carson (110:53, 1 GA, 6 saves). Maryland – Ali Wolff (110:53, 0 GA, 3 saves), Lindsay Niehaus (1 defensive save)

Team Stats: Clemson – Shots: 3-5-2-1=11, Corner Kicks 4-1-2-0=7, Saves 2-2-0-2=6, Fouls 8-9-2-1=20, Offsides 2-1-0-0=3. Maryland – Shots 5-7-1-3=16, Corner Kicks 0-1-0-0=1, Saves 0-2-1-1=4, Fouls 4-11-3-1=19, Offsides 0-0-0-0=0.

Att: 1,105.