LYNCHBURG, Va. - For the second-straight game, Marymount women's soccer sophomore Karen Reyes scored the only goals for the Saints as they remained unbeaten on the young season with their second-straight tie on the road as they battled Randolph College to a 2-2 draw Saturday at WildCat Stadium.
Marymount (0-0-2) is now unbeaten in its last four nonconference contests, posting a 2-0-2 record dating back to a 3-0 victory at Hood on Sept. 17, 2016.
The Saints outshot the Wildcats 22-10, including 4-0 in the two overtime periods, but Randolph made the most of its chances as Delaney Doyle also scored twice.
Doyle scored the game's first goal in the 22nd minute off an assist from Hunter Robinson to give the Wildcats (1-1-2) the early lead.
However, Reyes evened the game just over nine minutes later with an unassisted tally that snuck just inside the left post. The game would remained tied at 1-1 after the first 45 minutes.
Reyes would find the back of the net again in the 64th minute when she converted a pass from freshman Emma Buck for her second go-ahead goal of the season. She also netted the first tally in the team's season opener at Eastern Mennonite on September 1.
For Buck, it was her first career point in her first collegiate appearance.
However, Doyle would strike again less than six minutes later with an unassisted tally to even the game for the second time.
The Saints outplayed Randolph in the second half, holding a 9-4 edge in shots and a 6-0 margin in corner kicks, but could not capitalize. Stephanie Quirk finished with 14 saves for the Wildcats, four of which came in the first overtime to keep the game tied.
Junior Sydney Sherman made five saves in goal for Marymount. In her first two career starts for the Saints, she has allowed just three goals in 220 minutes, posting a 1.23 goals against average and a .786 saves percentage since transferring from Roanoke College.
Marymount returns to action on Sunday when its takes on Washington College from the Centennial Conference in Fredericksburg, Virginia at the University of Mary Washington. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:30 p.m.