Updated: October 03, 2012 4:10 pm (ET)
by America East Communications
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - America East women's soccer teams will be more than halfway through their conference seasons after play this weekend, as Hartford and Boston University enter Thursday night with identical 3-0 records.
(7-2-3, 3-0 AE) at Maine (5-4-2, 1-1-1), 3 p.m. - Live Stats | Video
Hartford has been on a roll of late, going
unbeaten in its last six games, including four-straight wins.
Amelia Pereira continues to lead the Hawks and
the conference in scoring, ranking 22nd in the nation with 1.83
points per game.
The Black Bears are 2-2-1 at home this season
and are coming off a tie in their match-up at UMBC last week.
(4-7-1, 1-1 AE) at Binghamton (6-5-1, 0-2-1), 7 p.m. - Live Stats | Video
Albany and Binghamton meet in a match-up that
pits the best offensive team in the league (Albany averaging 2.08 goals per
game) against one of the best defensive teams in the league (Binghamton
allowing just 0.92 goals per game)
Shayla Bergeron leads the team and is second in
the conference with seven goals.
Binghamton's offense has had eight different
players score 14 goals, led by Sarah Furminger's five.
It is the 12th meeting in the series,
with the Bearcats own an 8-2-1 advantage.
(1-10-0, 0-2 AE) at Stony Brook (7-3-2, 1-1 AE) - Live
Stats | Video
Stony Brook looks to continue to roll at home,
putting its 4-0-2 home record on the line against Vermont.
The Seawolves lead the conference in shot
attempts with 17.92 per game.
Vermont is looking to snap an eight-game losing
skid, but have lost seven of those eight by just one game, including a, 2-1,
overtime loss last time out to Boston University.
Bre Pletnik leads the Catamounts with four goals
and nine points.
University (7-2-3, 3-0 AE) at UMBC (1-8-3, 0-2-1 AE), 7 p.m. - Live Stats | Video
Boston University has won 27-straight conference
game entering Thursday's contest at UMBC.
The Terriers boast the reigning America East
Player of the Week in Madison Clemens, who scored both goals in a, 2-1,
overtime win at Vermont.
Five players lead the Retrievers with two goals,
while Rachel McKee and freshman Alexa Quaranta lead the team with five points