Another Day, Another Draw

UNB's Charlotte Sampson plays the ball during Sunday's 0-0 draw, in St. John's. The Varsity Reds and Memorial played to a scoreless draw for the second day in a row. (Memorial Athletics Sports Information)
UNB's Charlotte Sampson plays the ball during Sunday's 0-0 draw, in St. John's. The Varsity Reds and Memorial played to a scoreless draw for the second day in a row. (Memorial Athletics Sports Information)

(ST. JOHN'S, NL) The Memorial Sea-Hawks and UNB Varsity Reds played to a 0-0 draw for the second straight day in Atlantic University Sport women's soccer action, in St. John's.

 

Memorial came out strong, but UNB keeper Rebecca Duda(Halifax, NS) was more than up to the challenge, turning away all 11 shots to record the clean sheet. 

 

Although not tested quite as frequently, Memorial keeper Sydney Walsh(St. John's, NL) made three saves to keep UNB off the scoresheet.

 

AUS goal scoring leader Jessie Noseworthy(St. John's, NL) was kept under wraps by the Varsity Reds back line, but was still able to get five shots on goal. Noseworthy had a late scoring chance, but sailed her header over the bar.

 

The Sea-Hawks' Jane Pope(St. John's, NL) was named Subway Player of the Game.

 

UNB returns to action October 14th, in Moncton.

 

Memorial's next action is October 21st, at UPEI.

 

RECAP AND PHOTOS BY: Memorial Athletics Sports Information