BUCKHANNON – It took over 100 minutes of soccer to find a winner between Frostburg State and West Virginia Wesleyan when the two teams met at Ross Field Friday afternoon.
And it was the Bobcats of Frostburg State that walked away with a 1-0 overtime victory.
The lone goal was scored by Audra Curtin in the 101st minute when she took a pass from Mackenzie Folch and sent the ball to the bottom right corner of the net.
Wesleyan’s best chance for a goal occurred with 2:24 remaining in regulation when Chrystal Posada’s shot to the bottom center of the net was saved by Frostburg keeper Ashley Bilger.
It was the only shot-on-goal for Wesleyan as they trailed in that category by a 5-1 margin.
Despite only getting one shot-on-goal, Wesleyan owned an 11-6 margin in corner kicks.
Both teams were guilty of five fouls.
Ally Moore made four saves in net for Wesleyan while Bilger made one save for Frostburg State.
The loss ended Wesleyan’s four-game winning streak as they are now 4-2 on the season.
Both losses are to Frostburg State as Wesleyan opened their season at Frostburg with a 1-0 loss.
Frostburg State improved to 4-1-1 on the season.
Wesleyan will play again Friday visiting Alderson Broaddus for a 5 p.m. outing.
Frostburg State 0 0 0 1 – 1
West Virginia Wesleyan 0 0 0 0 – 0
Frostburg State – Audra Curtin (Mackenzie Folch assist), 101st minute.
Shots-on-goal – Frostburg State: 5; West Virginia Wesleyan: 1.
Corner kicks – Frostburg State: 6; West Virginia Wesleyan: 11.
Fouls – Frostburg State: 5; West Virginia Wesleyan: 5.
Saves – Frostburg State: Ashley Bilger 1; West Virginia Wesleyan: Ally Moore 4.