Women's Soccer Ties Delaware, 1-1

The Drexel women's soccer team ended its season with a 1-1 tie at Delaware on Sunday. The Dragons needed a win to advance to the CAA Tournament, but were unable to break the tie in overtime, and had their season come to an end with a 4-4-3 record in CAA play.

Delaware (9-6-4 overall, 5-3-3 CAA) got on the board first, but not until the second half. The Hens scored in the 51st minute when Ali Miller went in alone against Drexel goalkeeper Eve Badana. The Dragons kept the pressure on and got the tying goal in the 63rd minute as Melissa Chapman finished a long corner on a header from fellow freshman Alyssa Findlay.

Both teams had chances in overtime. In the second overtime, Drexel keeper Breanna Stemler made a few stops to keep the match tied. Allie Mungioli had two near misses for the Dragons, one that Stemler saved and another that hit the post. Drexel outshot Delaware, 19-13, in the match. Stemler made 11 saves for the Hens, while Badana turned aside five for the Dragons.

Drexel finished the year with a school-record 15 points in CAA play. Overall, the Dragons were 6-8-5 on the season.

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