Western scored their first goal since Sept. 24 when they tied 1-1 with Fort Hays State.
Midfielder Ashley Juravich scored her third goal of the season in the 8th minute from 15 yards out. But, the Tigers came back just six minutes later when Dani Harris scored off of an assist from Hailey Davey from 10 yards out.
The game would stick at a 1-1 score through the second half and two overtimes.
With the tie, fall to 2-10-2 overall and 0-6-1 in MIAA player.
Tiger goalkeeper Kelsey Grey had eight saves in the contest. Collectively, FHSU nailed nine of 20 shots on goal, and tagged on an assist in the contest, as well. Jordan Hester and Amanda Talbott shared a total of five of eight on goal.
Sarah Lyle, Western’s goalkeeper, had eight saves in the contest, too. As a team, the Griffons put nine of 13 on goal. Juravich and KC Ramsell collected five of seven shots on goal.
The Griffons are set to wrap up their final homestand of the season on Sunday, Oct. 20 against Nebraska Kearney. Game time is set for noon.