|Endicott College||University of New England|
BIDDEFORD, Maine — Brady Sezon (Easton, Conn.) scored with 3:32 remaining to lift Endicott College to a 2-1 Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) women’s soccer victory over the University of New England on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 21) at Barbara J. Hazard Field.
The Gulls (10-4-1) remain atop the league standings at 7-0-1 with the result. The Nor’easters slip to 7-8-2 overall and 2-5-1 in the CCC.
The deciding tally came when Rachel Hanna (Chelmsford, Mass.) settled the rebound off her own saved shot and left it for Sezon to peg the upper-left corner.
UNE had knotted the match in the 61st minute, as Katie Beaudoin (Coventry, R.I.) ran onto a loose ball outside the box and placed one into the left side.
Hanna had notched the only goal of the 1st half in the 16th minute, finishing a give-and-go up the middle with Mary Verneris (Hamden, Conn.) to put Endicott up, 1-0.
Shelby Elwell (Litchfield, Conn.) turned in five saves for the Gulls.
For the Nor’easters, Emily Ashman (Madison, Conn.) did well to keep things close throughout, totaling seven stops.
UNE will close out the regular-season at Nichols College (1-6-1 CCC) on Wednesday (3 p.m.).