Early in he second overtime, Elizabeth Guidi unleashed a shot from about 25 yards out on which Fisher Keeper Melissa McGowan (Greece Athena) needed to make a tip-toe save.
The shots were even for the game with Geneseo taking 12 with five on goal and Nazareth taking 10 with two on goal.
With seven minutes left in the half, UR’s Jorie Freitag scooped up a loose ball after a Violet turnover, moved into space at the edge of the box and took an open shot heading towards the right corner of the net, but Marhan was there to make the save.
The opening 45 minutes was all Rochester, as the visitors held an 8-1 lead in shots and 3-0 edge in corners.
Coming off just his third pass of the day, Joe Germinerio threw a 61-yard bomb to sophomore Tyree Brown who took it to the house for his third receiving touchdown of the season and his first of five total touchdowns on the day.
The Nazareth defense was tested all day as Stevens held a 25-3 edge in shots and a 15-1 advantage in shots on goal.
The second half brought more offensive action from both teams, Brockport registering six shots, three of which forced the Geneseo netminder to make a save.
Utset spread the wealth with seven different receivers hauling in a catch. Cam Cleveland (East Rochester) continued his strong play as the East Rochester native had six catches for 67 yards and a touchdown.
Melissa McGowan (Greece Athena) made a spectacular punch save in the 16th minute to keep the Cardinals in front by one goal headed into the second half of play.
Shots were 15-10 in favor of Skidmore. The Thoroughbreds fired six shots on net, while the Tigers had three shots on target.