Penn women's soccer fights to scoreless draw with W&M
Quakers' 18 shots not enough to keep their record unblemished
September 21, 2013, 1:11 am·
What happens when a nail-biter turns into a stalemate?
Penn found out Friday night at William & Mary. The Quakers looked to keep their unblemished record alive at William & Mary, posting their fifth-straight clean sheet this season. But Penn couldn’t muster up sufficient offense either, and the game ended in a 0-0 draw.
The notable, if predictable, story of the night was the defense and goalkeeping for Penn (4-0-1). Penn remains the only team in the nation that has yet to allow a single score.
Sophomore goalkeeper Kalijah Terilli also stepped up to make three saves to prevent William & Mary (3-1-3) from netting. This game was Terilli’s third solo shutout as keeper this season.
The Red and Blue offense outshot the Tribe, 18-8, during the game. Junior forward Clara Midgley led the Quakers with four shots. Despite having more chances than William & Mary, the Quakers couldn’t finish.
Penn will look to get its offense back on track Sunday afternoon in Norfolk, Va., where they will take on Old Dominion.