Lady Eagles Soccer Ties First Place Miramar

The MSJC women's soccer team scored the tying goal in the 75th minute on Tuesday as they battled Miramar College to a 3-3 tie in Menifee.oliviahernandez2014.jpg

Miramar, who came into the day 3-0 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference, started the match quickly as they grabbed a 1-0 lead less than 2 minutes into the action.  The Lady Eagles tied it up in the 18th minute when Olivia Hernandez scored unassisted on a corner kick.  MSJC would take their only lead of the game later in the first half when Patricia Roach scored in the 32nd minute on an assist from Kim Mata.  The Lady Eagles led at the half 2-1.

Miramar would answer with goals in the 50th minute to tie it up and in the 60th minute to reclaim the lead 3-2.  The match stayed at 3-2 until a goal from Demitra Tsambasis on an assist from Kayla Haas in the 75th minute evened the teams at 3, and that is how the match ended.

Amber Roberts played all 90 minutes in goal for MSJC and had 10 saves.  The Lady Eagles are now 8-1-3 overall and 1-0-1 in the PCAC while Miramar is 7-2-2 and 3-0-1.  MSJC returns to action on Friday October 17th when they host Imperial Valley at 3:15 in Menifee.

 

Olivia Hernandez scored a goal on a corner kick in the 18th minute on Tuesday as the MSJC soccer team tied 3-3 with Miramar in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference match in Menifee.