0, 1st2nd1OT 2OT Final
Cumberland (Tenn.)11002
Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)11013
Scoring
LIND 30:44Alicia Thoresen (Birgerud,Thea )
CU 35:04Danisha Brown (Bathe,Marie )
CU 79:18Brenda Cernas (Bathe,Marie )
LIND 87:38Thea Birgerud
LIND101:38Maya Satoh (Espinoza,Paula )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CUTEAM00:0001
CUMichaela Hawthorn101:3837
LINDEveljn Frigotto101:3824
Stats at a GlanceCULIND
Shots (on Goal)10 (6) 17 (11)
Saves84
Offsides00
Corner Kicks97
Fouls88
Yellow Cards11
Phoenix suffers overtime loss to No. 5 Lindsey Wilson
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Phoenix suffers overtime loss to No. 5 Lindsey Wilson
Cumberland's Brenda Cernas gave the Phoenix a brief lead in the 80th minute before Lindsey Wilson rallied to defeat the Phoenix in double overtime. (Credit: Steve Wampler)

COLUMBIA, Ky.- Cumberland women's soccer (11-3-1, 4-1 MSC) took No. 5 Lindsey Wilson to double overtime, but fell in the second extra period, 3-2, on Tuesday in Columbia. 

Lindsey Wilson rallied late to tie the game with just two minutes remaining in regulation with a goal by Thea Birgerud and Maya Satoh fired the game-winner for Lindsey Wilson early in the second overtime.

The Blue Raiders struck first with a header from Alicia Thoresen off a free kick in the 31st minute. The Phoenix answered four minutes later when Marie Bathe took the corner kick that Danisha Brown was able to head in to notch the game at 1-1.

Brenda Cernas gave the Phoenix the lead in the 80th minute off another assist from Bathe. With 10 minutes remaining, Lindsey Wilson increased their tempo to try to get the equalizing goal and in the 88th minute Birgerud found the back of the net to force overtime.

The first overtime featured three shots from Cumberland and one shot on goal by Sarah Haddock. The Blue Raiders were only able to get one shot off, but failed to find the frame.

Only a minute and a half into the second period, Satoh put home the game-winner from Paula Espinosa.

The Blue Raiders outshot the Phoenix 17-10 with Lindsey putting 11 shots on goal to Cumberland's six. Cumberland goalkeeper Michaela Hawthorn picked up nine saves in the match while Blue Raiders' keeper Eveljn Frigotto recorded four saves.

Both teams committed eight fouls in the match. Cumberland had nine corner kicks to Lindsey's seven.

This is the first match the Phoenix have lost since September 14th when they lost 2-0 to Madonna in Michigan.

Cumberland looks to rebound this Sunday at Lindsey Donnell Stadium when they take on No. 25 the University of the Cumberlands.