No. 15 Orediggers, No. 8 Roadrunners Battle To 0-0 Standstill
DENVER – Neither No. 15 Colorado School of Mines nor No. 8 Metro State were willing to give an inch in a clash of women's soccer conference powers on Wednesday, settling in a 0-0 draw in double overtime at The Regency Athletic Complex in Denver.
With the point gained by both sides, Mines (13-1-3, 10-1-2 RMAC) remains ahead of the Roadrunners (12-1-4, 9-0-4 RMAC) atop of the RMAC standings, 33-32, entering its regular season finale against Fort Lewis.
MSUD ended the night with a 20-13 shots advantage, but the teams were even in on-goal chances at seven apiece.
Junior Jayln Yates (13-1-3) matched her season best of seven saves to equal her single-season program record of 12 shutouts set last season.
The conference leader in shutouts and goals against average (.281), Yates is tied for 14th in the Division II chronicles with 35 career shutouts – one away from sharing the conference record of 36 held by Metro State's Rachel Zollner (2005-07) and Mandy Allen (2002-05).
Mines hosts FLC during its annual Senior Day celebration at 12 p.m. Sunday at CSM Soccer Stadium.