Huntington Beach, Calif. - The Golden West women's soccer team was able to force a tie in a match that they controlled the pace of play.
Sophomore Rachel McClure scored in the 86th minute to tie the match against Santa Ana College 2-2. The Rustlers controlled the pace of play and had a ton opportunities score as they tallied 18 shots with 16 on goal.
Santa Ana scored early in the first half to take an early 1-0 lead. Sam Torres netted her fifth goal for the Rustlers in the 38th minute off a corner kick by Kaylin Cruz to tie the match 1-1 at the half.
Keeping with the first half theme, Santa Ana scored within the first 10 minutes of play in the second half to take a 2-1 lead. McClure added the equalizer to force the 2-2 tie to keep Golden West unbeaten in Orange Empire conference play.
NEXT: Golden West will travel to Santiago Canyon College on Tuesday, October 2nd for a 3pm kickoff.