The two score draws over the weekend couldn't have been more different.
At the L.A. Blues, Danny Barrera set up forward Callum Riley for a 36th-minute lead. But Carlos Aguilar equalized from the penalty spot three minutes into second half stoppage time.
"It didn't seem as those any contact was made," said Shergill. "We also had a lot of chances as well. Their goalkeeper (Chris Lara) made a lot of great saves and we missed a lot of chances. It's unfortunate to give up a late goal like that."
Two nights later, the Seahorses took the lead in the ninth minute as Billy Fellow headed home from a scramble off an early corner kick.
Once again, Barrera assisted on a Riley goal to even the score six minutes later, but the Fusion could not produce a winner.
"One thing about the Seahorses, they've always had a very organized team," said Shergill. "They got the early goal and they really tried to pack it in and make it difficult for us to play."