AMES, Iowa- The Iowa State soccer team registered it's first tie since the 2011 season as the Cyclones' third conference game of the season ended in a 0-0 draw against Kansas.
Turning point of the game
Early in the first period Kansas forward Liana Salazar (5-5-2) fired a shot that looked to be headed into the back of the net, but Iowa State (6-6-1) senior goalkeeper Maddie Jobe made a last-second leaping save sending the shot over the cross bar. Seconds later Jobe’s heroics continue as she laid out for a save after a bullet from Kansas’ Caroline Kastor.
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Maddie Jobe. The Cyclone goalkeeper made save after save to keep the Cyclones alive in the contest. She finished the game with seven saves. Jobe was sharp throughout the contest, making impressive plays for her 19th career shutout.
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* Maddie Jobe finished the game with seven saves. She now has 289 saves during her career. The 0-0 draw also counts for Jobe’s 19th career shutout.
* 697 fans witnessed the Cyclones take on the Jayhawks. Heading into the game Iowa State led the Big 12 in attendance.
* The game marked the first tie of the season for the Cyclones. The last time Iowa State tied a game was against Green Bay on Aug. 21, 2011.
* Iowa State fired 11 total corner kicks during the contest.
Fan tweet of the game
After each game, one tweet will be chosen as the "Fan Tweet of the Game". Fans are encouraged to tweet @cycloneSCR during the game and should check cyclones.com to see if their tweet was chose as "Fan Tweet of the Game".
Iowa State heads to Des Moines, Iowa to take on the Drake Bulldogs Sunday at 1 p.m. Results will be available on Cyclones.com after the conclusion of the game.