DAYTON, Ohio - The Walsh University women's soccer team competed in the G-MAC semifinals on Thursday afternoon (Nov. 14) against Cedarville. The Cavaliers entered the contest as the number two seed, while the Yellow Jackets of Cedarville entered the contest as the number three seed.
Cedarville's Olivia Hoffman answered with a goal in the 65th minute. Neither team was able to connect for another goal in regulation, as the match was forced into overtime.
In the 94th minute of play, Brianna Sanborn scored the winning goal of the match off a corner kick from Peters, sending Walsh to the G-MAC championship.
Hard to see who scores off this beautiful set piece but Brianna Sanborn is golden in OT for @WalshWSoccer!— Great Midwest (@GreatMidwestAC) November 14, 2019
Cavaliers make a return trip to the #GreatMidwest Championship game ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/dKR6ZLY2bq
The Cavaliers will play on Saturday (Nov. 16) at Roger Glass Stadium in Dayton at noon against the number four seed Ohio Dominican for the conference title.