Women's soccer loses heartbreaker in double overtime to Georgia State, 2-1

Sept. 18, 2005

Box Score

ATLANTA, Ga. - Junior Jenny Borschel scored a goal in the second half to tie the game, but the Jacksonville University women's soccer team could not break through as they fall in double overtime to Georgia State, 2-1, Sunday afternoon at the Georgia State Invitational.

"Overall I was pleased with the way our team fought from behind again," said head coach Chris Kouns.

"It is disappointing not being able to break through with a win in our third overtime game of the season," said Kouns. "But that is how it is sometimes. We really need to find way to break through with a win in overtime games."

Trialing 1-0 in the second half, Borschel scored her team-leading fifth goal of the season around the 20-minute mark with an assist from freshman Michelle Lavine to tie the game for the Dolphins (1-4-2).

The Panthers (5-3-0) Kay Harbrueger scored on a lateral pass on the Lauren Chavez at the 113:56 minute mark in the second overtime to win the game.

Junior Michelle Kmiotek had a career-high 12 saves for the Dolphins in the loss.

"Georgia State was well coached today," Kouns said. They did a good job of clearing the ball that made it difficult for us to score."

The Dolphins travel to play Georgia Southern on Tuesday at 4 p.m.