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Women’s Soccer

By Michael Otero
Sports Editor

Coming off a dominating win against Wilmington University on Wednesday, Sept. 23, the women’s soccer team traveled to duel with Queens College on Saturday, Sept. 26, and they ended up coming out with a 1-1 draw.

The Pioneers got on the board with an important goal in the LIU Post history books as senior forward Susanne Vistnes beat the keeper to give Post the one up less than ten minutes into the game. The goal was the 60th in Vistnes’ collegiate career, establishing a new record as the top goal scorer in LIU history, surpassing Tara Vokes who played from 1999-2002.

Queens College later tied the match in the second half and spoiled the afternoon for the Green and Gold. The match headed to overtime and in the extra period, neither team drew blood and the 1-1 score held up until the final whistle. The Pioneers return to the field on Thursday, Oct. 1, when they welcome Nyack College to Brookville, N.Y. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m.

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