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Baton Rouge – Junior Redshirt Tinaya Alexander scored two of LSU’s three goals in the 26th and 58th minute as LSU football team drew 3-3 in a fiery game with Alabama Crimson Tide on Friday October 23 at LSU Soccer Stadium Alabama goals came in the 20th and 21st minutes from Carly Wyatt, Serena Pham’s third goal in the 58th minute The final goal of the night came in the 77th minute when the junior Molly Thompson hit a three-yard cross

The draw took LSU to 0-3-2 this season and Alabama are now 1-3-2 It was a long night on the pitch for both teams as play started at 7:05 pm CT and concluded in the early hours of Saturday morning at 12:10m CT The game was halted due to a thunderstorm, with the storm delay starting at 7:27 pm CT and ending at 10:05 am CT, totaling two hours and 38 minutes

« Thanks to Alabama for the way they started the game, » said head coach Sian Hudson « They certainly got the momentum behind. The stoppage gave us time to assess the first few moments and make some tactical adjustments after the break I’m really proud of the fight the girls put in to come back from two goals behind to mark a point « 

Both teams were energetic to start the game Thompson recorded the first chance of the night in the fifth minute, shooting 18 yards before being shot by Mckinley Crone of Alabama Alabama responded with a chance all their own, with Casey Wentz’s shot 15 yards left Junior Meghan Johnson had a chance in the 18th minute, with her shot from outside the box requiring a save Crone

Alabama scored the game’s opening goal in the 20th minute Casey Wertz cross from the straight line found Wyatt, whose ten-yard header ended in the upper left corner of the goal to give a 1-0 lead at Crimson Tide A minute later, Wertz doubled his tally on the night after pouncing on a scuffed 12-yard clearance and putting the ball in the lower right corner to give Alabama a 2-0 lead. Immediately after the goal the game was interrupted due to lightning in the area

The Tigers came out of the break with a bang, scoring their first goal of the game in the 26th minute Johnson found Alexander with a ball deep to the right side of the box, with Alexander placing him in the lower right corner at nine meters The goal was Alexander’s first of the season and Johnson’s second in a row with an assist

Sophomore Mollee Swift recorded her first save of the game in the 50th minute, a tame shot to the center of the goal Swift ended the night with four saves to bring her season tally to 18

Alabama took a 3-1 lead in the 58th minute on a corner kick The corner deflected some bodies in the box before falling on Pham at the top of the box, who sent a shot with his left foot to across the goal and in the upper right corner

The Tigers responded almost immediately, cutting the deficit in half with a 59th-minute goal rookie Lauren Robles took advantage of the goalkeeper losing the ball in the box and finding Alexander to his right, who had inserted the ball into an open net five meters away The goal was Alexander’s second of the night, with Robles making an impact in his first career start with the first assist of his career The corset was the second in his Alexander career, the first arriving in 2017 during his freshman campaign against Mississippi Valley State University

Swift was called into action twice in the second half, saving shots in the 60th and 65th minutes to keep the scoreline at 3-2 The Tigers continued the equalizer at the other end , junior Shannon Cooke forcing a Crone save in the 73rd minute and once again Crone was called into action a minute later to save Maya Gordon’s long-range effort

LSU found their equalizer in the 77th minute after freshman ground cross Taylor Dobles on the left flank found Thompson at the far post, who scored an open goal from six yards The goal was Thompson’s first of the season and the sixth of his career.With help, Dobles brings his total of assists to two for the season and is now on a three-game streak in point

The last chance for a settlement came in the 83rd minute Sophomore Rammie Noel beat the keeper to a ball deep down the flank and handed the ball to senior Chiara Ritchie-Williams, with Ritchie-Williams sending a cross down the middle from the surface The loose bullet that followed the disputed header found its way to Johnson at the top of the box, whose aimed shot in the lower right corner sailed excruciatingly wide

The first overtime had a great chance which came in the 98th minute Ritchie-Williams received a short corner just outside the box and sent a shot on goal which narrowly sailed over cross bar

Sophomore Maddie Moreau picked up her second yellow card of the game in the 104th minute, sending the Tigers back to ten players for the final six minutes.The last chance of the game came in the 109th minute, as Alabama came away in counterattack Despite being outnumbered by three to two, junior Reese Moffatt put pressure on both forwards as the Alabama player’s last ball was cleared from the goal by the second-grade student year Maya Gordon

LSU beat Alabama 16-12, Tigers registering nine shots on goal versus Alabama’s seven The Tigers narrowly won the possession battle, 51% -49% Alabama ahead LSU in the corners, the Crimson Tide having six compared to the Tigers’ five


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