- Boston University claimed its sixth-straight overall and fifth-straight
outright America East regular-season title on Thursday, as part of a very
eventful day on the pitch in the conference. The Terriers have won every regular-season title since 2007 and now have 10 as a program.
Also on Thursday, Vermont, Stony Brook and Albany all clinched spots, joining
Hartford, Maine and New Hampshire who had already locked-up spots. Hartford
cinched the No. 1 seed in the tournament for the first time since 2006. We
finished the day with Maine sitting as the No. 2 seed with 11 points, and three
teams tied at the No. 3 seed (Vermont, Stony Brook, New Hampshire) with 10
points. Albany stands as the No. 6 seed right now, and clinched a spot thanks
to Binghamton’s win over UMBC.
Thursday, October 18
Stony Brook (9-5-3, 3-3-1
AE) 1, at New Hampshire (5-10-2, 3-3-1 AE) 0 (2OT) Recap
| Box Score
Raven Edwards tallied a goal in the 105th minute
to give Stony Brook a, 1-0, double-overtime win at New Hampshire.
The win locked-up a spot in the 2012 America
East Championship for the Seawolves and created a three-way tie for the No. 3
seed with the Wildcats and Vermont.
Ashley Castanio made six saves in net to Stony
Brook to pick up the shutout.
New Hampshire finished with a 21-17 edge in
Albany (5-10-2, 2-4-1
AE) 3, at Maine (7-6-3, 3-3-2) 3 (2OT) Recap
| Box Score
In one of the more exciting games of the
conference season, Albany and Maine finished in a, 3-3, draw.
The Black Bears
jumped out to an early, 1-0, lead on a goal by Nikki Misener in the
sixth minute of play. Maine added on and claimed a, 2-0, advantage before
halftime when Charlene Achille struck in the 34th minute.
The action really picked up early in the second
half, as the teams combined to score four goals in just 1:39.
The Great Danes accounted for three of those,
beginning with Casey Marks and Shayla Bergeron scoring less than a minute apart
to tie the game at two.
Just 33 seconds after that, Alex Abrahams gave
the Black Bears the lead once again in the 55th minute.
Albany responded just 11 seconds later, when
Chelsea DeVerna tied the game at three on an assist by Shayla Bergeron.