Mobile, Ala. (10/6/19) – The Arkansas State women’s Soccer team dropped its first Sun Belt Conference contest of the season, in sudden death fashion, when South Alabama scored with 31 seconds remaining in double overtime, Sunday afternoon at The Cage.

Concluding the matchup that featured two of the three teams tied atop of the SBC, the Red Wolves dropped to 7-4-1 overall and 3-1-1 in the SBC while South Alabama improved to 9-6-2 on the year and 4-2-1 in the league. 

Riley Minard took four shots on the match while Sarah Sodoma took two. Olivia Smith, Abby Harris Abby Glockzin and Julianna Coates each took one shot on the day. 

South Alabama held a 33-10 shots advantage over the Red Wolves as it earned 8 corners on the match compared to A-State’s two. The Jaguars saw 13 shots land on goal as the Scarlet and Black put four on target.

Junior goalkeeper Megan McClure recorded an impressive 12 saves on the match as South Alabama’s Justice Stanford earned three saves on the match.

Arkansas State will continue Sun Belt Conference action when it hosts Troy Friday, Oct. 11. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. at the A-State Soccer Park., as live stats can be viewed at

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