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Redhawks And Tigers Are Heading Into A Shootout After Tying Through Two Overtimes

Nov. 16, 2007

Columbia, Mo. - The Southeast Missouri State Redhawks are tied 1-1 with Mizzou at the end of two overtimes. The teams will now head into a penalty kick shootout. Sophomore forward Courtney Alexander made history for Southeast scoring the school's first ever NCAA goal.

The Tigers were first to get on the board in the 16:27 mark as forward Michelle Collins kicked an unassisted goal narrowly by Southeast goalie Lindsay Pickering.

Pickering (8 saves) has been outstanding on defense as Mizzou has outshot Southeast 23-3. The Tigers also have the advantage in corners 9-1.

Southeast's goal came off a beautiful throughball by Vanessa Hart leaving Alexander with a one-on-one against Tiger goalie Mallory Forst with less than three minutes to go in the first half.

In other OVC action, the Samford Bulldogs lost to LSU 1-0 in double overtime.


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