Oct. 28, 2007
In the 10th minute of the game, Ashley Habbel (
At the half, the Panthers had four shots, all on goal, while the Bulls had four shots with none on goal.
In the second half, Pitt's goalkeeper, Morie Kephart (
The Panthers had multiple scoring opportunities in the second overtime period. Jennifer Kritch (
Katie Caslin (
Kephart ended the game with five saves, while the Panthers had 12 shots with seven on goal.
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