NORTHRIDGE, Calif. ---
The CSUN women's soccer team (0-1-1) played to a scoreless draw at Toledo Sunday after 110 minutes of action. Junior Cynthia Tafoya made four saves to help preserve the shutout and the Matadors' overtime record improve to 4-5-9 since 2009.
Neither team was able to break the deadlock Sunday afternoon at Scott Park in Toledo, Ohio. CSUN finished with 19 shots in the match and put six on goal. Brittanie Sakajian and Breanna McCallum each had two shots on target for CSUN while Kiley Norkus and Hannah Wissler each added one.
However, the goalies were the story Sunday. Tafoya made three stops in the first half and one in the second overtime. Her counterpart, Sam Tiongson, had six stops in the game.
The Matadors finished with nine corner kicks and six fouls while the Rockets posted six corner kicks and 17 fouls. There were no cards in the contest and the teams combined for seven offsides calls.
CSUN's last 0-0 draw came on the road at UC Irvine on Oct. 26, 2012. The Matadors played two scoreless draws in 2012, the second coming at home against Tennessee on Sept. 7.
CSUN returns to action on Sunday, Aug. 31 with a road match at Utah. Kick off is slated for 11 a.m. (PT). The Matadors' home opener will come on Sept. 5 against Gonzaga at 7 p.m. from Matador Soccer Field.