HONOLULU, Hawaii – After 92 minutes of scoreless soccer Sacramento State junior forward Kayla Collins found a golden goal in the first overtime period to give the Hornets a 1-0 win over BYU-Hawaii in a neutral site game Saturday in Honolulu.
Playing in its third consecutive overtime game, Sacramento State (2-2-0) picked up the victory after dominating the contest but being unable to get a goal during regulation time. BYU-Hawaii (0-2-0) had just one shot on goal in the game but goalkeeper Camille Jones kept her team in it with 11 saves.
The game was the second of the week for the Hornets in Honolulu as part of the Outrigger Soccer Classic Series #2. Hawaii defeated Idaho State by similar 1-0 overtime score to conclude tournament play late Saturday night.
Sacramento State outshot BYU-Hawaii 9-1 in the first half, 10-3 in the second half, and 2-0 in overtime. The Hornets had 12 shots on goal in the game and earned 10 corner kicks while the Seasiders had just one.
After 90 scoreless minutes Hornet senior Jennifer Lum was denied by Jones early in the first overtime period. Less than a minute later Sacramento State claimed victory as senior Adaurie Dayak led Collins into the box and she finished from inside the six-yard box.
Dayak had an assist for the second consecutive game and has a goal and two assists through four game this season. Collins, who led the Hornets in scoring last season as a sophomore, tallied her first goal in 2016.
Sophomore Destiny Butcher recorded her second shutout of the season and had to make just one save on the lone Seasider shot on goal in the 54th minute. Both of Sacramento State's wins this season have been shutouts and the Hornets have allowed only three total goals through four games.
At the conclusion of the Outrigger Soccer Classic Series #2 late Saturday night Collins, Lum, and defender Rachel Leonard were named to the all-Tournament team.
The Hornets return home for their annual Causeway Cup matchup with rival UC Davis at 4 p.m. Friday at Hornet Field.