Wayne State and Concordia-St. Paul played to a 0-0 tie in double overtime in Northern Sun Conference women’s soccer Sunday afternoon at the WSC Soccer Pitch. The Wildcats are now 6-3-3 and 3-3-3 in the NSIC while the Golden Bears move to 2-5-4 and 2-2-4 in league play.
Concordia-St. Paul outshot WSC in the first half 7-4 and 12-6 in the second half. The Golden Bears had the lone shot in the first overtime while both teams had one shot in the second extra period.
For the contest, CSP held a 21-11 advantage in shots over WSC and 8-4 in shots on goal. Both teams had nine corner kicks while CSP was whistled for 14 fouls to seven on the Wildcats.
Sophomore Samantha Phillips led WSC with three shots (two on goal) while Valerie Hernandez added three shots (one on goal). Senior goalkeeper Kylie Comba was credited with eight saves in the contest.
Wayne State will be at home again next weekend hosting Minnesota Crookston Saturday at 1 p.m. and Bemidji State Sunday at 1 p.m. at the WSC Soccer Pitch.