Forester soccerwomen play Marian to 2OT scoreless tie

Huntington University midfielder Matea Knispel prepares to put her foot into a long pass during action against Marian University at King Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 25. The Foresters and Knights tied, 0-0, after two overtimes.
Huntington University midfielder Matea Knispel prepares to put her foot into a long pass during action against Marian University at King Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 25. The Foresters and Knights tied, 0-0, after two overtimes. Photo by Scott Trauner.

The Huntington University women’s soccer team played visiting Marian University to a scoreless tie in double overtime on Wednesday, Oct. 25.

A seven-save effort by goalkeeper Paige Coolman kept the No. 15 Knights off the board for just the second time all season.

Coolman’s Marian counterpart, Catherine Schmidt, stopped both shots that came her way. Junior Matea Knispel fired one of those shots on frame while junior Millie Adams produced the other for the Foresters.

Huntington finished with six shots for the game while Marian topped out at 19.

The Foresters move to 8-7-2, 4-3-1 in the Crossroads League, while the Knights go to 13-2-2, 6-0-2 in league play.