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Sophomore midfielder Sarah Lautman celebrates a goal against San Diego State with fellow midfielder, freshman, Johnna Fusco on April 13, 2014. Lautman had 4 goals. (Matt Sisneros/CU Independent)
Sophomore midfielder Sarah Lautman celebrates a goal against San Diego State with fellow midfielder, freshman, Johnna Fusco on April 13, 2014. Lautman had 4 goals. (Matt Sisneros/CU Independent)

PHOTOS: Women’s lacrosse wins double OT game in the snow

Snowy and overcast conditions seemed to cause both Colorado’s and San Diego State University’s women’s lacrosse teams to come out slow on Sunday.

SDSU went into halftime up 4-2, with two goals and an assist from Michaela Jarvis. The Buffs came back and outscored the Aztecs 4-2 in the second half to send the game into overtime, thanks to two goals apiece from Sarah Lautman and Marie Moore. As overtime started, the weather deteriorated, and the snow increased. Through two 3-minute overtime periods, neither team had secured a victory, so the game went into sudden death.

Lautman netted the overtime game-winner in the final minutes, finishing the game with four of the Buffs’ goals in their 7-6 victory.

Contact CU Independent Staff Photojournalist Matt Sisneros at matthew.sisneros@colorado.edu

About Matthew Sisneros

Matt Sisneros is an advertising major from Oakland, CA. When he's not out exploring and taking pictures, you can almost definitely find him roaming the internet, eating, watching tv, or out with friends. Oh yeah, or doing homework. That too. Other than photography, Matt's really into playing and watching sports, music, and online shopping. Follow him: @matt_sisneros

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