THE BASICS
Score: Lubbock Christian 1, Angelo State 2
Records: LCU – 6-4-0, 3-2-0 // ASU 8-1-1, 4-0-1
Location: ASU Soccer Complex – San Angelo, Texas

HOW IT HAPPENED
Angelo State got an early scoring chance from Trenadey Scott, as she fired at the bottom left corner, but LCU goalkeeper Hannah Wise made the save
Allison Scott put the Lady Chaps on top in the 15th minute, scoring a goal that was assisted by Celia Duarte
Only one more shot was put on frame by either team the rest of the opening half, and Wise again stopped it to keep LCU on top
The Lady Chaps got two quick scoring chances from Duarte and Hollie Windham six minutes into the second half, but both were saved by the Belle goalkeeper
Wise countered with two saves of her own in the 54th minute, followed by another to keep ASU at bay in the 63rd minute
The seventh and final save from the LCU keeper came in the 74th minute, as she stopped a shot from ASU's Reagan Urbany
Kiah Benham finally gave Angelo State the equalizer in the game's 86th minute
Trenadey Scott found the back of the net and secured ASU's win in the 92nd minute

LCU HIGHLIGHTS
Hannah Wise's seven saves were a season-high and the most she has made in a single game since tallying 14 on September 8, 2018 against Southwestern Oklahoma State
LCU's five different shots on goal all came from different players, including Gabby Gomez, Celia Duarte, Hailey Phipps, Hollie Windham and Allison Scott
Allison Scott's goal in the 15th minute was her sixth of the season, moving her into a tie for most on the team
The Lady Chaps committed just four fouls during the game compared to nine for Angelo State. The four fouls are their second lowest single-game total of the season

LADY CHAP NOTES
Thursday's meeting was the first-ever between Lubbock Christian and Angelo State
The game was LCU's first to go to overtime since October 4, 2018 when they lost 0-1 at Newman
Duarte's assist on Scott's goal in the 15th minute put the two in a tie for third in the Lone Star Conference in points with 15 apiece
The Lady Chaps put five of their seven total shots on goal, leading to their second-highest shot-on-goal percentage (.714) of the season. The only game with a higher percentage was the season opener at UCCS, when three of the four attempts were on frame

NEXT UP
Lubbock Christian will travel to Austin to take on St. Edward's (6-4-0, 5-0-0) at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Lewis-Chen Family Soccer Field