Score: Lubbock Christian 1, St. Mary's 1
Records: Lubbock Christian (3-2-0, 1-2-0), Dallas Baptist (2-3-1, 2-1-0)
Location: LCU Soccer Field, in Lubbock, Texas
• LCU produced a program single game record 57 shots in the game and out-shot StMU 57-5 (shots on goal was 16-3).
• Haley Knesek forced overtime with the equalizer late in the second half.
• LCU's Jamie Boone had 10 shots, which is tied for the third highest individual total in program history.
HOW IT HAPPENED
• The game was scoreless until the 76th minute, as StMU's Alexia Maldonado scored the game's first goal.
• Knesek tied the game on a goal set up by Kate O'Gara and Adrienne Almodova as 4:24 remained in regulation. The goal was her third of the season.
• StMU goalkeeper Caitlin McCarrell stopped 15 of LCU's 16 shots on goal.
• The game's result marked LCU's first tie of the season. Ironically, the last draw for the Lady Chaps was Sept. 25, 2015 in a home game against Texas Permian Basin. In that contest, LCU out-shot UTPB 37-4 and UTPB goalkeeper Ebony Campbell made 15 saves, as LCU produced 16 shots on goal (the same amount Thursday). LCU is now 2-6-10 all-time in games ending in overtime (0-0-1 this season).
• Of LCU's program high 57 shots, 27 were off target, 15 were saved by McCarrell,14 were blocked and one went into the back of the net. The 16 shots on goal as their highest since 16 on Oct. 8, 2015 (vs. Rogers State).
• The Lady Chaps had a season high 16 corner kicks, which is the most since 17 on Sept. 25, 2015 in the previously mentioned 1-1 tie against UTPB.
• Knesek's goal moved her into the team lead in points with seven off three goals and an assist.
• The Lady Chaps move to 19-9-1 all-time in Heartland Conference games and 11-2-1 in Heartland Conference home games. The tie was their first in a Heartland Conference game.
• With the tie, LCU moves to 2-0-1 at home this season and is now 26-6-5 all-time at home under Alex Denning. They are 29-14-7 all-time overall at home. LCU is unbeaten in their last 12 home games (9-0-3).
• The meeting was the sixth all-time meeting between the two programs and LCU moves to 3-2-1 against the Rattlers.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
33:41: LCU had a 34-0 shots advantage until the Rattlers produced their first shot, which came with 33:41 remaining in the second half.
Lubbock Christian (3-2-1, 1-2-1) remains home Saturday and will host Heartland Conference foe Texas A&M International (0-7-0, 0-4-0) at 1 p.m.