Hartford and Boston U Push Winning Streaks To Three Thursday Night
Thursday, September 27
- After trailing 1-0 at halftime, Albany scored four times in the second half to grab a, 4-1, win over Stony Brook on Thursday afternoon.
- Chelsea DeVerna finished a cross 46 seconds into the second half to knot the game at one, and then scored the eventual game-winner in the 85th minute as Albany netted three goals in the final six minutes.
- Larissa Nysch scored the goal for the Seawolves in the fifth minute that gave the visitors the 1-0 lead early.
- New Hampshire's Erica Correa made five saves and Binghamton's Carrie Martin made seven saves as the Wildcats and Bearcats played to a scoreless tie in Vestal, N.Y., on Thursday night.
- New Hampshire is now unbeaten in its last three contests, while Binghamton has been shutout in four-straight games.
- The all-time series between the two schools remains even at 5-5-4.
- America East leading scorer Amelia Pereira tallied twice to lead Hartford to a, 4-1, win over UMBC.
- The Hawks are now unbeaten in their last five games, and moved to 6-1-1 at home this season.
- In a game that was filled with scoring early, UMBC knotted the game at 1-1 in the 11th minute on a strike from Amy Savage.
- Pereira scored the first goal of the contest in the third minute, and the eventual game-winner in the 17th minute.
- Kylie Strom and Madison Clemens scored goals within one minute of each other to help Boston University to a, 2-0, win over Maine Thursday night.
- The victory was the 26th-straight in conference play for the Terriers and the 19th-straight conference win at home.
- After a scoreless first half, Strom netted what proved to be the game-winner in the 67th minute, while Clemens added insurance in the 68th.