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No. 24 Baylor Soccer Falls 1-0 in Double Overtime to Iowa State

No. 24 Baylor soccer dropped a 1-0 decision in double overtime to Iowa State on Friday evening at Betty Lou Mays Field.  The Bears (11-5-1, 4-2-1) had plenty of chances but weren’t able to put away any goals as the Cyclones (9-6-1, 3-3-1) scored in the 103rd minute.

Baylor played an aggressive first half offensively, holding edges in shots (9-5) and shots on goal (5-3), but caught a couple bad breaks on shots that just missed or were saved on great efforts by ISU goalkeeper Lindsey Hendon.

In the second half neither team had much to show.  However, in the first overtime period the Bears had a one-on-one shot with the keeper by Ashley York saved and then two straight shots that were blocked in traffic on back-to-back corner kicks near the end of the period.

In the second overtime, Iowa State had a good run by Hannah Cade in the 103rd minute and she dropped a nice lead pass to Klasey Medelberg for the finish from 14 yards out in the right side of the box to end the game.

NOTES

*Baylor’s three-match winning streak came to an end.

*Baylor is 127-49-23 all-time at home, 57-17-12 under the Jobsons and 5-1-1 in 2016. Prior to tonight the Bears were undefeated in their last 11 matches at home with an 9-0-2 mark (last loss was 2-1 vs. Michigan State on Aug. 25, 2015).

*Baylor suffered just its seventh loss in its last 31 matches, dating back to the 2015 season.

*Baylor leads the all-time series over ISU, 14-7-2, and had won three straight in the series.

*Baylor led ISU in shots (14-9), shots on goal (8-4) and corner kicks (2-1).

STAT OF THE GAME

423 – The amount of days between losses for Baylor at home.

QUOTE OF THE GAME

“You have to take these experiences and have them make you better. They have 20 minutes to think about it and then they have to get their heads up and refocus, because our season is not over and we have a long way to go.” – Head Coach Paul Jobson

WHAT’S NEXT

Baylor hosts Kansas to end the regular season Sunday at 1 p.m. CT at Betty Lou Mays Field on FOX Sports Southwest.

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