BREVARD, N.C. – Bob Jones University (9-6) scored a golden goal in the 107th minute to down the Brevard College women's soccer team (5-9-3), 1-0, on Senior Night at Ives-Lemel Family Field on a rain-soaked Friday evening.
The match marked Brevard's final home match of the 2019 season. Brevard women's soccer will conclude its regular season with two-straight road matches.
Junior goalkeeper Hannah Weatherall made her first appearance in goal for the Tornados in the 2019 season, saving a total of 12 shots to set a new single-game career-high for the Bourg, Louisiana native.
The Bruins outshot the Tornados, 25-12 on the evening, including a 14-6 margin on shots-on-frame. Each side conceded three corners, while Brevard was called for 15 fouls compared to Bob Jones' eight.
The Tornados were able to outshoot the Bruins, 8-6 in the first half before Bob Jones let off a barrage of shots – 17 in total – in the second stanza. However, Weatherall and the defense were able to hold strong to force the overtime frame.
Following a scoreless first overtime, the Bruins withstood two Tornado shot attempts early in the second overtime before winning a corner kick. Bob Jones' Mikayla Rajcan's corner found the head of Hannah Johnston, who sent in the game-winner.
Head Coach Juan Mascaro and the Tornados conclude their 2019 season with back-to-back road contests. Brevard first heads to WNC-area opponent Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, North Carolina on Tuesday, October 29 at 3 p.m., followed by a Halloween trip to Toccoa Falls College in Toccoa, Georgia on Thursday, October 31 at 4 p.m.
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