Women's Soccer Loses to BIG EAST rival Syracuse
    Hokie Fall in Overtime
    October 28, 2001

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The Virginia Tech women's soccer team fell to Syracuse, 1-0, in overtime Sunday afternoon. The Hokies are still searching for their first BIG EAST road win since joining the conference.

    After two scoreless halves of soccer, Syracuse scored the lone goal of the match 10 minutes into the first overtime. Syracuse's Erin Parsons intercepted a pass and put it into the back of the net at the 100:45 mark of the match. There was no assist on the play.

    Katie Hancock (Stockton, Md.) once again played well in goal for the Hokies. She played the entire match, recording 11 saves on 16 Syracuse shots. Shannon Myers also played the whole match in goal for the Orangewomen and tallied seven saves on 22 Virginia Tech shots.

    The loss drops the Hokies' record to 8-8-3 overall and 1-4-1 in BIG EAST play. Syracuse improves its overall record to 10-6-0 and 3-3 in the BIG EAST. Virginia Tech is back in action on Wednesday at Georgetown. This is the season finale for the Hokies and it kicks off at 3 p.m.
    VIRGINIA TECH 0	0	0	- 0
    SYRACUSE		    0	0	1	- 1

    Shots: VT 22, SU 16
    CORNERS: VT 2, SU 14
    Saves: VT 11, SU 7
    Fouls: VT 14, SU 6

    Erin Parsons (SU), unassisted, 100:45
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