What you need to know:

* The Panthers opened their road schedule at Kennesaw State on Monday night finishing the game in a 0-0 double-overtime draw.
* Brie Haynes finished with six saves for the Panthers.
* Georgia State will return home on Friday to host Charlotte at 7 p.m.


KENNESAW, Ga.- The Georgia State women’s soccer team earned a 0-0 draw in double overtime at cross-town foe Kennesaw State Monday night. The Panthers are now 1-0-1 this season.

The Panthers performed well on defense, holding the Owls to just three shots in the first half. Brie Haynes’ six saves were the highlight of the match, three of which came in the second half.

Senior Callie O’Connor led the offense with four of GSU’s 11 shots, while freshmen Erin Rhodes and Brooke Shank came in second with two each. Mikella Rodriguez, Alexis Thomas and Caitlin Ray had the remaining three shots for the Panthers.

“We were happy to see the girls work together, especially in the extra time,” head coach Ed Joyce said. “We created some good chances but lacked the luck to convert them. Now we’re looking forward to getting back out there on Friday to play Charlotte.”

The Panthers will be back on the field on Friday to host Charlotte, the first of a three-game home stand. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. in Panthersville. Admission is free to all Georgia State home soccer matches.