Megan Bartoshuk scored with six seconds left in the second overtime period to hand the Emory University women's soccer team a 1-0 heartbreaking defeat to the 5th-ranked Carnegie Mellon Tartans on a snowy Sunday afternoon in Pittsburgh.
The Emory defense played outstanding up until that point keeping the highest scoring UAA team out of the back of net despite numerous opportunities, including a flurry of chances in the second overtime. Arnold was terrific in goal, making four saves with one highlight reel stop in the first half when she made a leaping one-handed save on a Tartan shot, pushing the ball over the crossbar.
Carnegie Mellon outshot the Eagles 11-4 in the contest, limiting Emory to just one shot on goal coming from Jordan Morell. Emory held CMU to just four shots after halftime.
The Eagles will take a short hiatus from UAA play as the team will face Division I opponent Kennesaw State on Tuesday, October 27 for the final non-conference match of the season.