The Warhawks fell to Faulkner, 2-1, on Saturday.
Women's Soccer - Sat. Oct. 29, 2011
MONTGOMERY, Ala. ---- After the Auburn University at Montgomery women's soccer team rallied to tie the score with just over a minute remaining in regulation, Faulkner's Jennifer Parrott broke the Warhawks' hearts with a goal with 37 seconds remaining to give the Eagles a 2-1 victory on Saturday at the AUM Soccer Complex.
With the loss, the Warhawks fell to 8-8-1 on the season and 7-4-1 in league contests, while the Lady Eagles improved to 10-6-1 overall and 7-5 in conference play. The result also ensures a SSAC Tournament opening-round rematch between the two foes on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the AUM Soccer Complex. Game time for the contest has yet to be determined.
Trailing for nearly all the match, AUM tied the score at 1-1 with just 1:05 remaining when sophomore Alexandra Sveinsdottir scored on a pass from junior Margret Albertsdottir. However, a miscue by the Warhawks deep in their own territory allowed Parrott to slide an uncontested goal into the back of the net and give the Eagles the win.
Faulkner took the lead 12:17 into the match, when Samantha Ruddick was able to put a goal past Warhawks' keeper Margret Ingthorsdottir.
In the match, AUM was outshot 10-7, with Sveinsdottir leading the team with three shots. Albertsdottir added a pair of shots in the contest.
Freshman Holly Clarke stopped three shots in goal in the final 45 minutes, while Ingthorsdottir made one save in the opening period.
For Faulkner, Parrot tallied a team-high three shots, while Caitlin Sebert made one save.