SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Sacramento State's Katie Price made a career-high 10 saves and the Hornets took a season-high eight corner kicks, but were unable to come away with the win, falling at UC Davis, 1-0, Sunday afternoon.
With the loss, Sacramento State is now 1-4-1 overall, including 0-4 on the road. UC Davis improves to 4-3 overall, and 2-1 at home.
Sacramento State was on the defensive most of Sunday's match as UC Davis piled up 17 total shots, including nine in the first half. 11 of those 17 shots were placed on target for the attacking Aggies. The Hornets, by comparison, managed just five total shots. Only one was on target.
Despite the persistent Aggies offense, goalkeeper Katie Price held her own, making a career-high 10 saves just one week after setting her previous career best with nine.
Price is averaging more than seven saves per match and owns an 0.70 goals against average (three goals, four matches). Her .906 save percentage is and 0.70 goals against average are both best in the Big Sky Conference.
Ele Avery was responsible for Sacramento State's lone shot on goal, a shot from the top of the box with just three minutes remaining, but it drifted harmlessly into the hands of the Aggies goalkeeper for her only save of the day.
Sacramento State had chances to create, but were unable to capitalize on a season-high eight corner kicks in Sunday's match.
With Sunday's loss, the Hornets remain winless on the road, but will fortunately return home for their next match, a Friday evening showing against the visiting Pacific Tigers.
Friday's match will kick off 4 p.m. and will stream live online on ESPN+ with live stats at HornetStats.com.
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