Beaver Falls, PA– The Geneva College women’s soccer team looked like they were heading into overtime on Tuesday night but a goal from Saint Vincent in the last five minutes would seal the deal. The loss drops Geneva’s PAC record to 1-5 and an overall record of 4-11.
Another match gave Geneva hope that their offensive frustration would soon be over but the Bearcats were not about to let that happen. The Golden Tornadoes compiled an impressive 19 shots to Saint Vincent’s 15 and held the play for the majority of the second half. With all those opportunities Bearcat forward Jennifer Kisner took advantage of one with 4:11 left in the game and slipped a ball past Geneva goalkeeper Anna McMullen. McMullen stood strong and collected seven saves in the loss.
Geneva will continue to stay at home on Saturday when they host Chatham at 2 p.m. Following that match the Golden Tornadoes will only have two more games for the 2013 campaign.
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