The Price Was Right For Hallameyer's First Collegiate Goal In Overtime Victory Against Notre Dame

The Price Was Right For Hallameyer's First Collegiate Goal In Overtime Victory Against Notre Dame

BALTIMORE, Md. – Rebecca Hallameyer (Freeland, Md./Hereford) and Jolie Price (Livingston, N.J./Livingston) picked the right time for their first collegiate point. Hallamayer notched her first collegiate goal in the 100th minute off Price's first career assist to lift Goucher College past Notre Dame of Maryland University 2-1 in non-conference women's soccer action on Wednesday.

With 26 seconds left in the first overtime, Hallameyer took a pass from Price before she found the netting to hand the Gophers its ninth-straight win against the Gators.

Both teams scored in the first 12 minutes of the contest with Kaitlyn Brace (Ferrisburgh, Vt./Vergennes Union) finding the twine off a Lily Shaffer (Lititz, Pa./Warwick) helper at 10:12 to give Goucher an early 1-0 edge. It was another bunch of first on this connection too. Brace notched her first career tally while Shaffer had her first collegiate assist, but not her first career point after scoring a goal in her first campaign.

After Notre Dame tied the game, Goucher had eight shots over the next 87 minutes before Hallameyer's score. Megan Kelleher (Lafayette, N.J./High Point Regional) had the only scoring chance in the extra session when her shot was stopped in the 91st minute while Alyssa Hodnik (Pittsburgh, Pa,/Kiski Area) had three shots stopped after the game was tied.

Christina Charikofsky (Eldersburg, Md./Liberty) made two saves in the match.

Brace's marker ended a scoring drought of 193 minutes and 13 seconds for the Gophers.

Goucher, who is 3-2 on the road, travels to Drew on Saturday to open up Landmark Conference play. Match time is 4 p.m.