Women's Lacrosse Wins Overtime Thriller, 6-5
Arfaa Scores Game-winner
March 20, 2003
DAVIDSON, NC - George Washington's Jacqueii Arfaa lifted the Colonials to an overtime victory, scoring the game-winning goal with 1:21 remaining in the extra period.
GW (3-2) controlled the pace of the match, out-shooting the Wildcats (0-5) 31-12. Despite the shot differential, the Colonials struggled to find the back of the net, as Davidson's goalkeeper notched 16 saves.
GW logged just one score in the first half when Jenny Heisler scored the first goal of the match in the 28th minute. The Colonials would trail 3-1 at the half, and 4-1 to begin the second period. GW would rally late in the match, outscoring the Wildcats 4-2 in the second half to send the match into overtime.
The Colonials were led by Jamie Lee who scored two goals and added an assist. Arfaa finished with two goals and Heidi Mayer recorded two assists. GW hosts Lemoyne and Saint Joseph's in games on Saturday and Sunday, March 22 & 23, in 1:00 p.m. matches.
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