Montclair State Athletics | November 22, 2013 Trinity (Texas) advances Share Trinity (Texas) advanced to the national quarterfinals at the NCAA tournament on Friday, defeating Montclair State 2-1.Montclair began the game with three consecutive corner kicks however the Tigers (23-0-2) were able to thwart those opportunities and then went on the offensive with a pair of shots on goal that were stopped by goalkeeper Gina Policastro.Policastro would make one more save and the game went scoreless until the closing moments when Trinity was awarded a corner kick. The Tigers placed the ball perfectly with Yasmeen Farra heading the ball into the back of the net for the goal giving the Tigers a 1-0 lead with 2:12 remaining in the half. It was the first goal allowed by Montclair State since Oct. 12, snapping a streak of nearly 798 minutes.In the second half, Montclair quickly got a shot on goal however Devan Osegueda snared a shot by Taylor Rudd. Four minutes later Trinity would add to the lead as Kelsey Falcone scored off an assist from Emily Donnan at 51:40.Montclair State would answer quickly cutting the deficit in half as freshman Jennie Hornstra scored off an assist from Kaila Fasano at 56:41. The Red Hawks would then get a golden opportunity to tie the game less than a minute later on a penalty kick. But the attempt was stopped by Osengueda which proved to be the last best chance for MSU.Policastro finished with three saves.