Editor’s Note: This story was written by and republished with the permission of the Big Red Sports Network, which provides excellent Cornell sports coverage throughout the year for alumni, parents, students and fans everywhere.

Ithaca, N.Y. — The Big Red suffered a tough loss to Temple University in the final game of the Big Red Shootout tournament on Sunday. Temple secured a 2-1 victory by scoring with two minutes remaining in the second overtime.

Temple sophomore Kelly Farrell scored at the start of the game, 8 minutes into the first half. Sophomore goalkeeper Kelsey Tierney came out to challenge a ball that was hit toward the box, but she was unable to block the attack.

Senior forward Kelly Schubert tied the game for Cornell in the 23rd minute with a header goal when sophomore midfielder Elizabeth Crowell sent a corner kick into the box from the right side. The assist put Crowell at the top for tournament’s highest scorer with a total of five points over the two games.

In overtime, Temple was able to steal the game with Farrell scoring her second goal of the game when a corner kick from the right side arrived at the back post.

The Big Red finished strong, placing second in the tournament overall. Cornell also had three players make the all-tournament team, including Crowell, junior forward Caroline Growney, and junior defender Charlotte Tate.

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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.