BALTIMORE- Drexel midfielder Carly Snyder scored in the third minute of double overtime to give the Dragons (1-1-0) a 2-1 victory over the UMBC women's soccer team (0-3-0) Thursday night in Philadelphia, Pa.
Snyder beat UMBC junior goalkeeper Catie Bukowski to the upper-left corner of the net after finding space in the middle of the penalty area off a pass from Dragon midfielder Aleka Yiantsos.
With the goal, Young moved into sole possession of fifth place all-time in career goals for the Retrievers with 24. In addition, she is tied for sixth place all-time in career points with 55.
Both Bukowski and Dragon goalkeeper Kaitlin Bond both recorded six saves. The Retrievers outshot the Dragons 16-13, while Drexel had 12 corners to UMBC's 2.
UMBC's next game is at Bucknell on Sunday, Sept. 9 at 2 p.m.