Lucy Parker's game winner in PK's sends LSU to second round of NCAA Tournament
BATON ROUGE -- LSU sophomore defender Lucy Parker stunned the Terriers by making the fifth and deciding kick in a penalty kick shootout, as LSU (13-6-4) knocked off Boston University 2-1 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
LSU will now face No. 6-ranked Southern Cal in the second round to be held Friday, Nov. 16, in Tallahassee, Fla.
LSU goalkeeper Caroline Brockmeier made seven saves in regulation and four more in a penalty shootout to give the Tigers a chance late to seal it.
After missing the first three shots during PK's, LSU got back-to-back goals from Abby Newton and Lucy Parker.
— LSU Soccer (@LSUSoccer) November 11, 2018
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