San Antonio - The 12th-ranked Trinity women's soccer team claimed a 1-0 double-overtime victory over the University of Puget Sound (WA) Sunday afternoon.
Trinity had three shots on goal in the first 16 minutes of action and six total shots on the mark in the first half, but the game was still a scoreless draw at the half. Puget Sound also had a good chance at a goal early in the first half, but it bounced off the crossbar in the 19th minute.
In the 58th minute, Trinity's Emily Welp drew a foul in the box to set up a penalty kick, and it looked like the game's first score was on its way. Cole's PK attempt was saved, though, and the teams remained scoreless.
Peth had a long-range shot that was saved and hit off the crossbar in the second half, but the game still went to overtime despite seven shots on target by the Tigers in the second half.
The only shot of either overtime period was the game-winner by Cole.
The Tigers picked up their first win of the campaign and now stand at 1-0-1. Trinity and Pacific Lutheran (WA) University played to a 0-0 double-overtime draw on Friday night, in the season-opener for both teams.
Puget Sound dropped to 0-2-0 after Sunday's loss.
Chelsea Cole recorded her 32nd career goal and a ninth game-winner. Cole recorded seven total shots and four on goal in Sunday's game.
Katie Peth picked posted her eighth career assist, along with posting three shots on goal against Puget Sound.
First-year goalkeeper Tara Lujan started her first game as a Trinity Tiger and made two second-half saves in the matchup.
Trinity outshot the Loggers 26-8 and led 14-2 in shots on the mark.
Trinity will host fourth-ranked Hardin-Simmons (TX) University at 8:00 p.m. next Friday, which will be a rematch of last season's NCAA Second Round Playoff game that was won 3-2 by the Cowgirls.