Women's Soccer Drops OT Decision to Florida State

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October 18, 1998

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Senior forward Alexandra Osorio scored with 4:25 remaining in the first overtime to lift Florida State past No. 14 Maryland, 3-2, in an Atlantic Coast Conference match-up this afternoon at Ludwig Field.

Maryland's record is now 8-6-1 and 3-2-0 in the ACC while Florida State improves to 6-9-2 overall and 1-4-0 in the ACC.

Osorio collected the rebound of a Lauren Lynch shot and knocked the ball in the net from about 15 yards. Terp goalkeeper Ali Wolff had made a save on the initial shot but was unable to hold onto ball. It was Osorio's third goal of the season. Lynch was credited with two assists during the game.

Senior forward Jill Ford scored two goals for the Seminoles. Both goals came in the first half; her first at the 15:40 mark and her second at the 29:21 mark. She now has three goals on the season.

Freshman forward Carrie Klotz and junior midfielder Lindsay Basalyga scored for Maryland. For Klotz IT WAS her second of the year and for Basalyga it was her first of the season.

Seminole goalkeeper Jamie Gurtov was impressive in goal as she recorded three saves. She stopped penalty kick by Maryland's Emily Janss at the 39:20 mark of the first half.

Maryland will travel to play No. 1 ranked North Carolina Friday at 7 p.m.

Florida State   2   0   1   -   3   (record now 6-9-2, 1-4-0 ACC)
Maryland        1   1   0   -   2   (record now 8-6-1, 3-2-0 ACC)


Florida State - Jill Ford (unassisted), 15:40; Jill Ford (assist Lauren Lynch), 29:21; Alexandra Osorio (assist Lauren Lynch), 100:35

Maryland - Carrie Klotz (assists Robin McCullough, Jackie Mynarski), 10:40; Lindsay Basalyga (unassisted), 79:12

SHOTS: Florida State - 4, Maryland, 8

CORNER KICKS: Florida State - 1, Maryland 6

FOULS: Florida State - 16, Maryland, 8


Florida State - 3 (Jamie Gurtov, 3 saves, 2 goals allowed 100:35 minutes played)

Maryland - 0 (Ali Wolff, 0 saves, 3 goals allowed, 100:35 minutes played).