All Four Road Teams Win In Women's Soccer Action Thursday
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - All four road teams grabbed wins on Thursday night in America East women's soccer action, with Hartford and Boston University remaining unbeaten. Three of the games were decided by just one goal, with Vermont coming out on top in double-overtime and Boston U scoring a last-minute goal.
Thursday, October 4
- Erin Quinlan notched her seventh shutout of the season, making 10 saves to help Hartford remain unbeaten with a road win over Maine.
- Three different Hawks scored, with freshman Sydney Spremullo notching the eventual game-winner in the 22nd minute.
- Amelia Pereira scored her league-leading 10th goal of the season.
- Freshman Rachel Blauner scored her first career goal with 18 seconds remaining in regulation to lift the Boston University women's soccer team past UMBC, 1-0
- It was the 28th-straight win in America East play for the Terriers.
- The Terriers outshot the Retrievers 28-4 in the contest, and moved to 10-0-0 in the all-time series with UMBC.
- Kerry Glynn put home a rebound off a missed penalry kick by Bre Pletnik in the second overtime to give Vermont a thrilling, 2-1, double-overtime win at Stony Brook.
- Pletnik was awarded the Penalty after Ahriel Fernandez was issued a red card for a dangerous tackle in the box.
- Larissa Nysch tallied first for the Seawolves, giving Stony Brook a, 1-0, lead in the 51st minute.
- Pletnik knotted the game at one just 12 minutes later, scoring in the 63rd minute.
- Chelsea DeVerna scored for the third consecutive America East Conference match, which was the game-winner for UAlbany over Binghamton, 1-0.
- Great Dane goalkeeper Alana
Brennan recorded her first career clean sheet, saving the only
opportunity Binghamton put on net in the 80th minute.
- Bearcat goalkeeper Carrie Martin, who is second in the conference in goals against average (0.75), made two saves on three chances in the match.