Stony Brook, Boston U and Hartford Win One-Goal Games Sunday
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Sunday was a day filled with closely contested matches in America East women's soccer, as Stony Brook and Boston University both won in overtime, while Hartford had a one-goal win and UMBC and Maine played to a tie.
Sunday, September 30
- Kristen Baker scored the game-tying goal in the 16th minute, and then added the game-winner in the 106th minute in the second overtime to give Stony Brook a, 2-1, win over Binghamton.
- Binghamton's Brittany Walsh gave the Bearcats and early lead, tallying in the 16th minute.
- Baker's game-winner came off an assist by Tessa Deveraux, blasting a shot from 25-yards out on the left wing.
- Madison Clemens scored her second goal of the game in the 99th minute of the first overtime, giving Boston University a, 2-1, road win over Vermont.
- Trailing, 1-0, in the waining moments of the contest, the Catamounts tied the game with just 1:02 remaining on a goal from Zoe Boyd off a corner kick.
- Clemens scored her third goal of the weekend, turning and firing from just outside the 18-yard box into the top netting, giving the Terriers their 27th-straight win over a conference opponent.
- Maine's Charlene Achille scored with one-second left in the first half to knot the game at one, which is where it would end as the Black Bears and Retrievers finished in a tie.
- Rachel McKee had the tally for UMBC, her second of the season.
- Hartford won its fourth-straight game to improve to 5-0-1 in its last six contests with a, 1-0, win at New Hampshire Sunday.
- Hartford broke the stalemate in the 80th minute on a goal by Shealagh Bagley. Bagley received the ball from Amelia Pereira in the box and was able to put the ball away in the left side of the net.
- Erica Correa had four saves in net for New Hampshire.