After tying the game with nine seconds left in regulation, Kelsey Dinges set up the winning goal with an assist.
Our upsets: they're omnipresent and show up in all forms.
Yesterday while football teams were resting up and seeing if they became ranked, Miami women's soccer was doing work down in Knoxville, topping the 20th ranked Volunteers in overtime. Kayla Zakrzewski drilled home the game-winner in the 95th minute. She was assisted by Kelsey Dinges, who scored the OT-forcing goal in the 90th minute (nine seconds before the end of regulation). Katy Dolesh scored first for the RedHawks in the first half to the game at 1-all.
Despite being out-shot 14-10, the RedHawks escaped with the win and will play at #15 Duke on Friday, who trounced Loyola-Maryland 6-0 in their first-round matchup.