Women's Soccer Plays to 1-1 Double Overtime Tie Against Dartmouth
Sophomore Shari Taylor ties game with first career goal
Sept. 5, 2004
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The George Washington University women's soccer team (1-1-1) played to a 1-1 double overtime draw against Dartmouth College (1-0-1) Sunday afternoon in day two of the Hoya Classic hosted by Georgetown University at North Kehoe Field.
After falling behind 1-0 early in the second half, the Colonials evened things up at the 72:31 mark when sophomore Shari Taylor (Ft. Washington, MD / Bishop McNamara) scored her first career collegiate goal unassisted to set the score at 1-1.
The Big Green opened up their 1-0 lead six minutes and 31 seconds into the second half when freshman Monica Martin de Bustamante came off the bench and converted a pass from sophomore Emily Tracy for a goal.
Dartmouth reeled off six shots in the two overtime periods and 18 shots overall but could only produce the one goal as GW goalkeeper Anna Handzlik (Palos Verdes, CA / Palos Verdes Peninsula) notched seven saves in the contest. Four of the Big Green's eight shots on goal came from junior Jennie Tonneson and sophomore Sarah Johnson, who both took two attempts.
GW sophomore Sarah Sample (Annapolis, MD / St. Mary's), who scored the game winning goal in Friday's 1-0 win over Quinnipiac, took eight of the Colonials 16 shots on Sunday.
Dartmouth also won its match on Friday, defeating Georgetown 2-0, and was awarded the Hoya Classic Championship based on goal differential throughout the two-game tournament.
Handzlik, Sample and junior Audrey Ehrhorn (Kailua, HI / Iolani) were named to the All-Classic Team for the Colonials.
Martin de Bustamante, who record a goal and an assist for the Big Green in the tournament, was named the Hoya Classic MVP.
The Hoyas knocked off the Bobcats 5-1 in Sunday's second game.
GW travels to the Midwest for its next two contests as the Colonials meet South Dakota State Friday and Creighton on Sunday. Friday's start time is schedule for 1:00 pm eastern.
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