#24 HOOSIERS WIN REGULAR SEASON FINALE
November 1, 1998 #24 HOOSIERS WIN REGULAR SEASON FINALE
Moraga, Calif. -- The #24 Indiana women's soccer team won its final regular season 2-1 in overtime at St. Mary's (6-10) Sunday.
Senior forward Kris Fosdick scored both Indiana (13-6, 6-3 Big Ten) goals, including the game-winner in overtime at 93:40. Freshman Kelly Kram assisted the first Fosdick goal at 19:23.
St. Mary's Katie Winship tied the game at 35:05, but the Gaels never found the net again.
IU junior goalkeeper Ashley Davis made six saves as she continued to lead the dominant Hoosier defense. The Hoosiers have not allowed more than one goal in a game since Michigan score two on October ninth.
Indiana is continuing to add to its record season with its 13th win and have allowed a team record of only 17 goals through 19 games.
The Hoosiers are starting to heal as the postseason approaches. Senior Tory Dolan and freshman Ann Schuppan both returned to action this weekend.
Postseason: Indiana begins postseason play as the No. 3 seed in the Big Ten Tournament being hosted by Penn State. The Hoosiers first game will be against defending champion Minnesota Friday November 6th at Lady Lion Field at 2 p.m.
IU-Kris Fosdick (Kelly Kram) 19:23
Shots: IU-9, SM-9
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