Senior Molly Huber ties the single season school record with her 12th goal of the season, an overtime game-winner on Senior Day
Molly Huber scored her 11th goal of the year and Laura Ketzer made a magnificent save in the closing seconds as MSU drew with UE
Bears come back from first minute goal, aided by Molly Brewer's first career multi-goal effort.
Bears have season halted as Evansville advances in a penalty kick shootout.
Molly Brewer tallied the Bears' goal in the 68th minute, but ISU netted the game-winner in the 87th minute.
At Missouri State: As a senior, Goff should come in and compete for a starting role. She has the potential to be an explosive player with attention to preparation.
2013: Goff appeared in 17 matches in her second season at MSU, getting the starting nod on 13 occasions. She scored two goals. Her first goal was the game-winner at Western Illinois (9/13). She also converted her only penalty kick attempt to tie the match against UNI (9/27). She recorded 11 shots on the season, seven of which were on goal for a .636 SOG percentage, the highest among players with more than one shot taken. She successfully converted her PK in the MVC Tournament shootout versus Evansville (11/3).
2012: Goff played in 16 matches in her first season with MSU, starting on seven occasions. She scored her first goal as a Bear in the closing minutes of a 3-1 victory at UNI (10/6). Goff registered eight shots on the year, including multiple shot outputs against UNO (8/24) and UNI (10/6). She put five shots on frame for a .625 shots on goal percentage, third on the team among players with multiple shots on goal.
Background: Goff transferred to Missouri State after playing the midfield for the University of Nebraska in 2011. While at Liberty High, she led the Blue Jays to back-to-back Class 3 state championships her junior and senior seasons. She earned all-district, all-conference and all-metro honors as a senior. She started and lettered all four seasons for head coach Tom Rottjakob at Liberty. Goff was ranked the No. 49 player in the country coming out of high school according to TopDrawerSoccer.com. She totaled 41 goals and 41 assists in 93 games at LHS, including a goal in the state title game in her junior year. Her club team, KCFC, won the national title her senior year and she helped them to seven-straight state championships.
Personal: Goff is the daughter of Casey and Jan Goff and was born February 27, 1993. She is undecided on a major at Missouri State.