Updated: October 12, 2012 8:10 am (ET)
by America East Communications
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.
at Vermont (2-11-1, 1-3-1 AE) 0, UMBC (1-9-4, 0-3-2 AE) 0
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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.
at Stony Brook (8-5-2, 2-3-0 AE) 5, Maine (6-6-2, 2-3-1 AE)
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Larissa Nysch scored two goals, while three
other Seawolves also found the back of the net to give Stony Brook a, 5-1, win
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
Alex Abrahams scored the goal for Maine.
Boston University (10-5-1, 6-0-0 AE) 1, at Hartford (9-3-3,
5-1 AE) 0
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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
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.
New Hampshire (5-8-2, 3-1-1 AE) 1, at Albany (5-9-1, 2-3 AE) 0
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