The William Woods Owls advanced to the championship game of the American Midwest Conference Women's Soccer Tournament with a win in penalty kicks Monday night against Freed-Hardeman at Kent and Judith Mueller Stadium.
After playing in a scoreless tie through regulation and two overtime periods, William Woods won 5-4 in penalty kicks.
The two teams made 4-of-5 shots during penalty kicks, extending play to sudden death. McKenzie Gourley scored for William Woods, while Avis Van Kampen missed for Freed-Hardeman, sealing the win for the Owls.
William Woods had 29 shots in 110 minutes, including 16 shots on goal. Gourley finished with a team-high nine shots and Abby Prather-Turner had eight.
Freed-Hardeman was limited to five shots all game. Abbey West made a pair of saves in goal for the Owls.
William Woods (12-6-2), the No. 4 seed, will play Thursday at second-seeded Columbia College for the AMC Tournament championship. The game is schedule to start at 6 p.m.