Morrisville State women fall short in OT at SUNY Canton

Morrisville State women fall short in OT at SUNY Canton

CANTON, N.Y. – Freshman midfielder, Zoe Costello (Kingston, NY) capitalized on a free kick to tie the contest at 1-1 late in the second half, sending the game into extra time. But the Mustangs weren't able to hang on as Jaedyn Ossont of SUNY Canton scored the game winner with just 37 seconds left in overtime to lift the Roos to a 2-1 win on Wednesday evening.


  • Final Score: Canton 2, Morrisville 1 (1 OT)
  • Location: SUNY Canton Turf Field – Canton, NY
  • Records: Morrisville (1-2-0), Canton (2-1-0)


  • Canton got on the board first when Madison Rowe fired a shot across the goal, netting it on the left side 13' into the first half. Morrisville had a chance to tie the game with 90 seconds left in the opening half, but freshman forward, Shelby Allen (Galway, NY) wasn't able to get a shot off as Canton's goalkeeper charged out of the net.
  • Zoe Costello recorded her first collegiate goal on a free kick 82' into the contest, striking the upper 90 of the net, sending the game into overtime.
  • The Mustangs outshot the Roos, 13-10 in nearly 100 minutes of play on the day.


The Mustangs return to action at 2:00pm on Saturday when they travel to Alfred, NY to take on Alfred State.


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