That was Duquesne's 11th shot of the game. Nine (9) of these were on net. Kaiser had a game-high six shots, four of which were on goal. A fifth hit the crossbar.
Duquesne goaltender Gabby Morin had just two saves up to that point on UNC Greencboro's nine shots.
With just over five minutes left to play (84:49), Spartan Kristin Player got the ball into the net to tie the game. No further scoring in regulation set up overtime.
Player scored the gamewinner at 3:06 of the first overtime period.
The Spartans raised their record to 3-4-0. The Southern Conference team lost to host Virginia Tech, 4-0, in their first game of the tournament on Friday.
Duquesne's record is also 3-4-0. The Dukes beat another SOCON team, the College of Charleston, 1-0, on Friday. The Red and Blue travel to North Carolina to open their Atlantic 10 Conference schedule on Friday, September 25, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. against Charlotte (4-1-0). The 49ers are playing #15 Georgia today on their home turf, Transamerica Field.