By James Vallone
MEMPHIS. Tenn. -- The Shorter Lady Hawks' soccer team fell to 1-5 overall and 0-2 in the Gulf South Conference with an overtime loss to Christian Brothers, 3-2.
The Lady Hawks were up by a 2-1 margin after Brandi Greenwald scored her second goal in the 56th minute. The two goals moved Greenwald into second all-time for the Shorter program with 17, to trail only the 32 tallied by Pauline Van Der Henst.
CBU tied the game with a header in the 79th minute by Kristen Guidry.
The extra time proved to not be kind as a corner kick was saved by Katie Stachula, but her save attempt carried her beyond the goal line to yield the third goal of the game for the Lady Bucs. Stachula got another start in goal and made five saves while facing eight shots on goal.
CBU outshot the Lady Hawks 15-5 for the game, with the Lady Bucs keeper Robyn Wade only saving one shot for the match. Greenwald managed three shots for the day, while Aline Bez Tamiosso and Helena Farinha each got off one shot.
The Lady Hawks are on the road for the next game when they travel to Alabama-Huntsville on Thursday, September 20 for a 3 pm kick off versus the Lady Chargers.