Virginia Beach, Va. -- The University of Lynchburg women's soccer team erased a two-goal deficit late in regulation Tuesday evening to force a 2-2 draw with Virginia Wesleyan in a key Old Dominion Athletic Conference match.
Neither team was able to net the game-winner in overtime.
Fifteenth-ranked Lynchburg held a 19-15 advantage in shots in the match.
Final: No. 15 Lynchburg 2, Virginia Wesleyan 2 (OT)
Records: No. 15 Lynchburg (14-2-2, 6-1-2 ODAC), Virginia Wesleyan (9-3-3, 6-0-3 ODAC)
Venue: Foster Field, Virginia Wesleyan University, Virginia Beach, Va.
HOW IT HAPPENED
After a scoreless first half, the host Marlins scored in the 51st and 54th minutes to open up a 2-0 advantage in the second. Ryan Applewhite and Camryn Terry scored the VWU goals.
Rudy halved the deficit in the 88th minute when she beat a defender to her right and scored toward the far post, unassisted.
Lynchburg knotted the score with 19 seconds remaining in regulation when senior midfielder Kennedy Jakubek (Leesburg, Va.) played a perfect corner kick to senior defender Katie Waring (Chester, Va.) on the far post. Waring headed the ball to Olds, who scored.
The Hornets held a 5-3 advantage in shots in 20 minutes of golden-goal overtime soccer, but neither team was able to net the game-winner.
Lynchburg will return home to Shellenberger Field for Saturday's regular-season finale. The Hornets will play host to Ferrum at 7 p.m., and will celebrate Senior Night prior to the match.