Oct. 18, 2013
(8-4-3, 1-3-1) Rank: RV
Ames, Iowa • Attendance: 881
(8-7-2, 2-3-1) Rank: NR
AMES, Iowa - Baylor dominated nearly every facet of the game but came up empty in a 1-0 overtime loss at Iowa State on Friday night at Cyclone Sports Complex. The Cyclones (8-7-2, 2-3-1) scored with 23 seconds left to get just their second win over the Bears (8-4-3, 1-3-1) since 2008.
Baylor was aggressive all night long as the Bears held an 11-5 edge in shots in the first period and 7-0 advantage in corner kicks. However, ISU goalie Maddie Jobe was up to the task as she made five first half saves. In the second half, BU did not allow ISU to take a shot while shooting seven more at Jobe to no avail as she made four more saves.
In overtime, Baylor took three shots but none were on goal. ISU took two shots, and one was on goal, as with under a minute left Emily Goldstein found herself on a breakaway and put a shot past Michelle Kloss to end the match with 23 seconds left.
*Baylor led ISU in shots 21-7, shots on goal 9-4 and corner kicks 12-1.
*Baylor has shutout out an opponent 11 times now through 90 minutes of play.
*Baylor's all-time series lead over ISU is now 11-6-2, 3-2-1 under the Jobsons.
STAT OF THE GAME
270:37 - The amount of minutes it had been since Iowa State had scored a goal on Baylor before Goldstein's winner.
TWEET OF THE GAME
"We knew coming in that [Iowa State] was a tough team. They are battlers and their goalie made some fantastic saves. There was no question with our fight, heart and ability to play tonight. We just couldn't break the frame of the goal. Unfortunately, soccer is a cruel game sometimes, and [Emily Goldstein] put away a goal at the end. We couldn't ask for more out of our players." - BU Co-Head Coach Paul Jobson
Baylor finishes its road weekend at Kansas on Sunday at 1 p.m. CT on ESPN3.