WACO (September 15, 2013) -- No. 7 Baylor muscled its way to another dominant performance but left nothing to show in the win-loss column as McNeese State (5-2-1) came into Betty Lou Mays Field and played the Bears (6-0-2) to a scoreless draw on Sunday afternoon in 110 minutes of action. The result ended Baylor’s program-record 14-match winning streak at home, while the program-record unbeaten streak remained intact at 29.
While the Cowgirls had limited opportunities with just five shots and one on goal that was saved by Michelle Kloss, the Bears had plentiful chances to give their eight seniors a win on senior day. Of Baylor’s 32 shots, 17 were on goal but each time MSU goalie Lauren Sestak was there for a save. Baylor also racked up a 12-0 edge in corner kicks but was unable to get a direct shot off from any of the kicks.
Hadley Young had two of the Bears’ best scoring chances. The first came in the 26th minute as her header was denied by a quick reaction from Sestak. The same thing happened in the 95th minute on another header by Young. A few minutes later, Selby Polley was left a perfect drop pass by Larissa Campos in the 99th minute but her hard shot was right at Sestak.