Deja Vu All Over Again for Women's Soccer as Red Hawks Fall at Pacific Lutheran, 1-0

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Parkland, WA (9/10/11) – The Montclair State women’s soccer team was 2,400 miles away from its campus where inside the Yogi Berra Museum you can find the many “Yogiisms” the Hall of Fame baseball player has spoken. On Saturday at Pacific Lutheran University, the Red Hawks used one of those famous phrases - déjà vu all over again.

For the second straight game, Montclair State outshot their opponents by a comfortable margin but like it did on Friday in its loss to Pacific, MSU could not find the back of the net as they dropped their second straight 1-0 game falling to 3-2 on the year.

MSU, which held a 16-7 edge in shots in the loss on Friday, had an even wider margin on Saturday outshooting Pacific Lutheran 20-5.

Despite the many chances, the Red Hawks were stymied, this time by Laurie Reddy, who made 10 saves as the Lutes picked up their first win of the year evening their record at 1-1

Montclair goalkeeper Gina Policastro (East Brunswick, NJ / East Brunswick) stopped one of the two shots that Pacific Lutheran put on net. That lone save came at the 52:02 mark of the contest as she saves Alex Murray’s shot to keep the game scoreless.

Three minutes later however, the Lutes put the lone score on the board. Blake Warner crossed a ball to Erica Boyle, who volleyed in the pass for the goal at 55:37.

The Red Hawks return home to Montclair and are off during the week before opening its New Jersey Athletic Conference slate on Saturday, September 17 at MSU Soccer Park against Rowan University at 12:00 pm.