Sept. 24, 2004
The Siena soccer team (3-6) had a tough time getting their offense going this afternoon as they lost to St. Bonaventure (7-2), 1-0, in overtime at McGraw-Jennings Field.
The lone goal of the game for the Bonnies came on a corner that was crossed to junior forward Heather MacDougall who netted the goal from six yards out in the 97th minute.
The Bonnies outshot the Saints 6-2 in the first half and 11-3 in the second. St. Bonaventure managed four more shots before MacDougall's goal in the 10-minute overtime.
Sophomore Kirsten Turner recorded two shots on goal, while Sarah Hopkins and Amy Loughridge finished with one.
Tri-captain goalkeeper Noel Cox recorded 11 saves on the day; at the same time Lisa Eberhart had three for the Bonnies.
The Saints are back in action at home on Friday, October 1 against conference foe Rider at 3 p.m.