Bucs drop 1-0 overtime decision at High Point

Bucs drop 1-0 overtime decision at High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C. - Charleston Southern battled defending Big South regular season champion High Point to a regulation draw before Bri Jean-Charles scored five minutes into overtime to give the Panthers a 1-0 victory on Wednesday at Vert Stadium.

The Bucs lost for the first time in four conference games, falling to 2-1-1 in league play (4-6-2 overall). High Point evened its overall mark at 6-6-1 while remaining undefeated in the Big South at 3-0-1.

How They Scored

  • Jean-Charles scored her second goal of the season at the 95:06 mark off an assist from Alex Denny for the lone goal of the game.
  • CSU had only one shot after halftime. After High Point was whistled for a hand ball in the 74th minute, Julia Haber took a free kick from just outside the box but her shot attempt sailed high.

Inside the Numbers

  • High Point held a 15-6 advantage in shots including 12-1 after intermission. The Panthers finished with four shots on goal to two for the Bucs.
  • High Point was awarded 11 corner kicks while CSU had three.
  • Alyssa Dellacqua was credited with three saves, and Panther goalkeeper Alex Hank had two.

News and Notes

  • Dellacqua increased her career saves total to 185, moving her past Jena Uvalle for fifth in school history. Fourth place is held by Pam Ramler with 242 stops.
  • High Point has won 10 in a row over CSU and leads the all-time series 19-6.
  • The Bucs were seeking their best Big South start since going 5-0-1 to begin the 2010 season.
  • CSU has gone into overtime in four of its past six games and is 0-2-2 in those contests.

Up Next
The Bucs return home to host Longwood on Saturday at 2 p.m.



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