Oct. 27, 2007
PROVO, Utah --- New Mexico women's soccer dropped a 1-0 decision to No. 23 BYU Saturday night at South Stadium in Provo, Utah. The Lobos were outshot by the Cougars, 17-5, forcing the UNM defense to make multiple saves. Kassidy Christensen scored the game-winner for BYU in the 71st minute. UNM falls to 7-5-4 overall and 1-3-2 in the Mountain West Conference. The Cougars improve to 14-2-2 on the year and 4-2-0 in the conference.
The match was scoreless at the break with New Mexico recording two shots. BYU had eight shots in the opening period forcing Lobo goalkeeper Shannon Adragna to make four saves.
Adragna continued to come up big for UNM in the second half making two saves in the first eight minutes of action in the second half.
With just over 19 minutes left in the match, Christensen scored on an assist from Jessica Greenfield and Katie Larkin.
The Lobo defense made two saves in the final 10 minutes to hold the match at 1-0. Adragna finished the game with eight saves in 90 minutes of action.
UNM's final attempt to tie the match on a corner kick with less than a minute remaining came up empty before time ran out.
New Mexico concludes the regular-season on Nov. 3 against Air Force at the UNM Soccer Complex. The game will be Breast Cancer Awareness night as well as Senior Night for the Lobos. The event will be available via gametracker and all-access on www.GoLobos.com.