The shots were about even at 15-14 William Woods and 7-6 shots on goal in favor of Ottawa, but the score remained tied at 0 after 110 minutes of soccer.
The Owls (2-1-1) women's soccer team played Ottawa (1-2-1) in the rain Saturday afternoon at Westminster College's turf field in regulation and two overtime periods.
William Woods had the shot advantage in the first half, outnumbering Ottawa 8-2, but three shots found the Ottawa goalkeeper's hands instead of the back of the net. Leading-scorer Sydney Balducci led the charge with five shots total and two coming on goal — four in the first half.
Shots were more even in the second period but really tipped into Ottawa's favor in the two overtime periods at 7-3, with five of those shots on goal. Owls goalkeeper Belle Boschert made of five of her seven saves during overtime. Ottawa's goalkeeper had five stops on the day.
Four other Owls would have one shot on goal, and Ottawa's Denaya Evans led the game with three shots on goal.
William Woods is scheduled to be back on Firley Field on Wednesday for a 4 p.m. game against Midland University.