SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University women's soccer team played 110 minutes of scoreless soccer against Richard Stockton College on Wednesday night at Sea Gull Stadium. The two teams earned a hard-fought 0-0 double-overtime tie. The shutout in the contest proved to be the third of the season for the Sea Gulls.
Salisbury (2-0-2) remained undefeated on the season while the tie marked the first of the year for Richard Stockton (3-0-1). SU's best opportunity to score in the game was on a header from senior midfielder Amanda Miele midway through the second overtime period. The header, which was shot from just in front of the goal, went several inches high and just over the crossbar.
SU was led in the contest by freshman goalkeeper Michelle Conrad, who posted a game-high seven saves. The maroon and gold had three players tally three shots in senior midfielder Katie McMahon, senior forward Sarah Jessilonis and Miele. Junior midfielder Bonnie Sandone and sophomore midfielder Alex Gower both had two shots of their own.
The Sea Gulls outshot the Ospreys 16-9, while also holding a 10-1 advantage in corner kicks.
Salisbury will return to action on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 4 p.m., when the Sea Gulls travel to Roanoke, Va. to play against Lynchburg College on the first day of the Roanoke Tournament.