Women’s Soccer: Wildcats Fight Back to Tie Susquehanna 4-4

Women’s Soccer: Wildcats Fight Back to Tie Susquehanna 4-4


WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – After being down 4-1, the Pennsylvania College of Technology women's soccer team mounted a comeback and tied Susquehanna University 4-4 in double overtime. Senior Kirsten Steer (South Williamsport) and freshmen Jamie Steer (South Williamsport) and Madilyn Walters (Lewistown) each scored a goal in the second half to help with the comeback. Freshman keeper Reda Vermilya (Turbotville) made 18 saves in the draw. The team is now 8-3-2 overall.

Freshman Robyn Beddow (Lancaster) put the Wildcats on the board first in the third minute dribbling a ball down the side and shooting it into the corner of the goal. They held onto the lead going into the break.

Brianna Soars equalized for Susquehanna in the 47th. The team would go on to score three consecutive goals starting in the 60th.

Kierstin Steer's goal in the 76th started the shift in the game when she dribbled a ball through the defense and scored. Walters took a deflection from the keeper in the 85th chipping it into the corner. Jamie Steer's goal came in the 89th when she hit a set piece right by the keeper.

In the two overtimes, Susquehanna had nine shots to Penn College's six.

Penn College ends its regular season on Saturday, Oct. 27 with a 10:30 a.m. game against Alfred University.