WATCH: ND college student scores fastest goal in NCAA history

University of Mary forward Megan Searson scored a goal from midfield only three seconds into the team's match against the University of Minnesota-Crookston on Sunday, setting a new record for fastest goal scored in NCAA history. 
University of Mary forward Megan Searson scored a goal from midfield only three seconds into the team's match against the University of Minnesota-Crookston on Sunday, setting a new record for fastest goal scored in NCAA history. 

- A University of Mary women’s soccer player scored the fastest goal in NCAA soccer history Sunday in a 2-0 win over the University of Minnesota-Crookston.

After receiving the ball during the opening kickoff, senior forward Megan Searson blasted it from midfield and sent it soaring 54 yards into U of M-Crookston’s net – scoring the team’s first goal only three seconds into the match.

According to reports, Searson, a Blackburn, England native, had a 33 mph wind at her back when she took the shot.

The Mauraders later scored a second, leading them to win over the Golden Eagles 2-0.

The goal set an NCAA record across all divisions for fastest goal to start the game.

 


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