Women’s soccer ties with St. John’s out east

Junior forward Hannah Farley fights with a defender for the ball. Photo by Jimmy Lafakis.

SAVANNAH BOETTCHER | STAFF REPORTER | sboettch@butler.edu

The Butler women’s soccer team tied in a scoreless battle with St. John’s University on Sept. 29 in New York.

The game went into overtime and lasted 110 minutes.

Sophomore forward Paige Monaghan led the Bulldogs in shots with six, while senior midfielder Serina Kashimoto attempted four. Monaghan and Kashimoto each registered two shots on goal.

Sophomore forward Halle Stelbasky shot three times for the Bulldogs, with one coming on goal. Junior defender Maria Collica added another shot and shot on goal for Butler.

In the last 10 minutes of the match, Monaghan, Kashimoto and Collica each took a shot on goal, but to no avail.

Sophomore goalkeeper Hannah Luedtke registered seven saves on the day. She also earned her sixth straight shutout of the season with the help of the Bulldog defense.

The Bulldogs hold an 8-2-2 season record and a 1-0-1 record in Big East play. The team faces Providence College on Oct. 2 at 1 p.m. at the Butler Bowl.

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