The Westminster men just couldn't find the back of the net Saturday night.
Neither could Principia.
Both teams played to a scoreless tie after 110 minutes of soccer, giving the Blue Jays its second tie of the season and Principia its first.
It certainly wasn't due to a lack of trying by Westminster (2-3-2, 2-0-1 SLIAC) as the team generated 22 shots compared with Principia's six. The Blue Jays compiled 13 shots on goal. Chris Lannom had to only make one save for Westminster while Principia's Emiliano Gonzalez kept the Blue Jays off the board with his six saves.
Westminster was busy in regulation with its 15 shots but also had some chances in the second overtime period.
Niklas Olsson couldn't put on through in the 105th minute, Freddy Nene just missed in the 107th minute and Joe Wilder and Olsson had shots turned away in the 109th minute just seconds apart.
Andrew Sprengel led Westminster attackers with his four shots on goal, followed by Olsson, Collin Murray and Adam Luetkemeyer each with two.
Westminster will be back in action at 7 p.m. today at Webster.