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Terps’ offense once again quiet in 1-0 loss to Drexel

The Terrapins dole out another goal-less performance in Philadelphia with a 1-0 overtime loss against Drexel on Sunday afternoon.

The game was won in the 94th minute of the match, as Morgan Rees put a cross from Shaelyn McCarty past Rachel Egyed to win it.

The game was the second time the Terps have gone to overtime in their past three contests.

Maryland finishes their three-game road trip without scoring a goal, as their goal-less streak extends to 289 minutes. The last goal for the Terrapins came in the 85th minute of their match on August 24 against Appalachian State.

That was also the last time Maryland, who falls to under .500 for the first time this season, won a game.

As a whole, Maryland was not able to muster much of an attack on the afternoon, registering two shots on goal the entire game. Darby Moore and Jarena Harmon had one shot on goal a piece.

Rachel Egyed was back in net for the Terrapins, setting a career high for saves with nine. The Clifton, New Jersey native was impressive in net, her ninth save of the game coming in the 84th minute with a diving stop to her right denying Drexel forward Raenah Campbell from 12 yards out.

Maryland returns home now for a five-game homestand, closing out of conference play with match-ups against UCF and George Washington. The Terps will start their Big Ten slate September 14 versus Iowa at Ludwig.