ALBION, Mich. – Domenique Sarnecky was not credited with a shot on goal Saturday, but she had several glorious scoring chances in Albion's scoreless draw with Saint Mary's at Alumni Field.
Sarnecky sent a shot inches wide left of the goal in the 72nd minute, she hit the post in the 76th minute and another blast went left of the goal in the 85th minute.
"Domenique put herself in great position, but Saint Mary's is one of the more organized teams in the league," Albion Coach Eric Scott said. "Saint Mary's goalkeeper Chanler Rosenbaum made good decisions."
The box score reflects an even match. Albion finished with an 11-9 edge in shots. Jenna Urso, Mikaela Ray and Taylor Shrader had the shots on goal for the Britons. Goalkeeper Maggie Troost stopped all four of the shots she faced to gain her third career shutout.
"I'm not upset (with the draw)," Scott said. "The effort was great. We tried to win."
Albion has a four-point lead over Adrian and Calvin in the chase for fourth place on the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association ledger. Next up for the Britons is a Tuesday date at Trine University. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. in Angola, Ind.