Boston U Takes Over First Place, UNH Wins On Late Goal To Highlight Thursday's Games
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Emma Clark scored a late goal to give Boston University a, 1-0, win over Hartford in a battle for first place on Thursday night. New Hampshire also had a dramatic win, as Meghan Ledwith scored in the 90th minute to give the Wildcats a road victory at Albany.
- Neither team could find the back of the net in 110 minutes ended in a scoreless tie.
- The tie keeps Vermont two points ahead of UMBC for the final spot in the America East Championship with three games left to play for each team.
- Lauren Kadet made 10 stops in net for UMBC, while Ally Ramos made seven for Vermont.
- Larissa Nysch scored two goals, while three other Seawolves also found the back of the net to give Stony Brook a, 5-1, win over Maine.
- Nysch scored two goals a minute apart in the first half that would prove to be all Stony Brook would need.
- Raven Edwards, Taryn Schoenbeck and Aley Leonardi also scored for the Seawolves, giving Stony Brook a, 5-0, lead at one point.
- Alex Abrahams scored the goal for Maine.
- Emma Clark scored in the 76th minute, firing a low shot into the right-hand side of the net off a cross from Jessica Morrow to give Boston University a, 1-0, win over Hartford in a match-up of unbeaten teams.
- The win put Boston University alone in first-place in the America East at 6-0, while Hartford sits second at 5-1.
- It was the seventh-straight win for the Terriers, including the 30th-straight America East win. The loss snapped Hartford's seven-game unbeaten streak.
- Meghan Ledwith broke a scoreless game in the 90th minute, sending New Hampshire to a 1-0 road win over Albany.
- The victory put New Hampshire alone in third place in the conference with 10 points, and just five points behind Hartford for the No. 1 seed in the America East Championship.
- The Wildcats moved to 9-4-0 all-time versus the Great Danes.