LINCOLN, NEBRASKA — No. 21 Baylor battled through two overtime periods and ended with a 1-1 draw at Nebraska Sunday night at Barbara Hibner Field in Lincoln.
The Bears took a 1-0 lead in the 27th minute when Camryn Wendlandt passed around the fallen Husker goalkeeper to Halee Sowinski who fired a shot to the back of the net.
Baylor’s lead lasted just shy of 10 minutes, however, as Nebraska evened things up in the 36th minute. Sinclaire Miramontez booted the ball from about 40 yards out that soared into the upper right corner of the goal.
Nebraska outshot the Bears, 13-5, on the night and finished with a 10-2 advantage in corner kicks.
- Halee Sowinski netted her first goal of the season and first since the 2017 season when she recorded three.
- Camryn Wendlandt now has a point in every game this season. That marks three straight matches for the senior forward. Her career high is four consecutive games with a point (Oct. 12-25).
- Jennifer Wandt, who made her first start in goal this season, finished with three saves on the night.
STAT OF THE GAME
205 – Number of minutes the team has played over the past three days.
Paul Jobson on the match…
“Nebraska is a great team and both teams battled hard for 110 minutes. We learned a lot tonight and getting a point on the road against a quality opponent is a good result.”
Baylor flies to Colorado where the Bears will spend a few days training at the Air Force Academy. From there, Baylor will travel to Wyoming to take on the Cowgirls on Friday before wrapping up their 11-day road trip with a match at Colorado on Sunday.