ADRIAN, Mich. -- After a scoreless 90 minutes, the 22nd-ranked Siena Heights women's soccer team fell to No. 8 Northwestern Ohio 1-0 in overtime in a Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference match-up, on Saturday.
With only a staggering four shots on goal for the entire match, the Racers found the back of the net in the 97th minute when Robyn Moodaly found Camilla Anderson, inside the six-yard box, who turned and finished.
The Saints were outshot by UNOH, 21-4, with three Racers' shots on target to one SHU shot on frame. Northwestern Ohio held an 8-1 corner kick advantage.
Samantha Bartelotti had Siena Heights' lone shot on net. Anderson led the Racers with seven shots, including two on frame.
Losing goalkeeper Meghan Bogg stoped two shots for Siena Heights while Nadine Stonjek stopped one shot in net for UNOH (15-2-1, 9-1-0).
With this loss, the Saints end the regular season 11-5-2 overall and 7-3-0 in the WHAC, earning the No. 3 seed in the conference tournament. Siena Heights will host the No. 8 seeded Concordia in the WHAC Tournament quarterfinals, set for Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m.