The Navy and Maryland women's soccer teams played to a 0-0 draw Sunday night in Annapolis. Though both sides produced quality chances, neither could find the net as stout defending and goalkeeping led to the first tie of the season for both teams. Sydney Fortson made three saves for Navy (2-1-1), which will play at Gardner-Webb on Friday at 4 p.m. Rachel Egyed earned her first shutout of the season for Maryland (2-1-1), which faces Temple on the road in Philadelphia on Friday. After a scoreless 90 minutes, Maryland headed into overtime looking for an offensive spark after recording only three shots in regulation. The Terps had five attempts in OT, and Sydney Staier nearly won the game as time wound down in the second overtime period after working past her defender on the left wing. Her shot had the goalie beat, but went just wide of the right post as time expired. Navy's best chance of the first half came in the 20th minute, as a corner kick from the left side made its way in front of Egyed. After she punched it away, Navy's Hannah Miler one-timed a shot headed for the left side of the net, but the shot was blocked.