NEW LONDON, Conn.—First year forward Liz Young (Lincoln, R.I.) scored with two seconds remaining in the second overtime Friday to lift the Wesleyan University women's soccer team to a 2-1 victory at Connecticut College.
The Cardinals close out the season in ninth place with a record of 6-7-2 and a 3-5-2 mark in the NESCAC. The Camels finished 10th in the NESCAC with a record of 3-8-3 and a 0-7-3 record in conference action.
Junior Victoria Matthews (West Windsor, N.J.) tapped the ball ahead to Young with time winding down and Young chipped it inside the far post for her team-leading sixth goal of the season.
Kaylie Williams (Danville, Calif.) buried a free kick for the Cardinals lone tally in regulation.
Sophomore Michelle Medina (Hartford, Conn.) supplied the offense for the Camels in the 15th minute of action. Medina has scored 12 goals while assisting on nine others for a total of 33 points in her first two seasons of play at Connecticut College.
Senior Rachel Hobert (Chicago, Ill.) made 11 saves in goal for the Cardinals. Junior Bryanna Montalvo (Rocky Hill, Conn.) stopped three shots for the hosts.
The Connecticut College crowd saluted its seniors Libby Thomas (Cumberland, Maine), Amanda Onofrio (Greenwich, Conn) and Abby Fagan (Westport, Conn.) as they were subbed out by Head Coach Norm Riker in the second overtime.