Hartford Clinches Postseason Spot; Three Other Women's Soccer Games Sunday
Mass. - Hartford notched a, 2-0, win over Albany on Sunday as part of four America East women's soccer games. The win made the Hawks the first team to clinch a spot in the 2012 America East Championship.
Sunday, October 7
- Maine scored three unanswered goals, two coming in the second half to take a 3-1 win at Binghamton.
- Lauren Misener scored two goals for the Black Bears, tying the game midway through the first half and then adding the insurance goal late in the second. Camille Varin-Tremblay had the game-winner for Maine in the 47th minute.
- It was the fifth loss in the last six contests for the Bearcats.
- Three different Terriers scored as Boston University won its 29th-straight conference game, beating Stony Brook, 3-2.
- Madison Clemens and Emma Clark scored goals five minutes apart in the first half, and Taylor Krebs added an insurance goal in the second half for the Terriers.
- Stony Brook cut the Boston U lead to one twice, with Taryn Schoenbeck cutting the lead to 2-1 late in the first half, and Stella Norman cutting the deficit to 3-2 with less than seven minutes to go.
- Hartford remained unbeaten and clinched a spot in the America East Championship with a, 2-0, win over Albany.
- Amelia Pereira scored both goals for the Hawks, her 11th and 12th of the season. The first came in the 17th minute, with the insurance coming in the 75th minute.
- Erin Quinlan notched a shutout and has allowed just one goal in five league games.
- Meghan Ledwith and Drea Noguiera each scored goals in the first half to give New Hampshire a, 2-1, lead over Vermont.
- The Catamounts cut the deficit to, 2-1, on a Jess Herbst goal in the 57th minute, but could not draw even.