Box Score
BOSTON, Mass.-
The University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team defeated Boston University in penalty kicks, 4-2, after 110 minutes of scoreless action. The Wildcats, who hit all penalty kicks in the shootout, advance to the America East semifinals and will play at Vermont on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

After a scoreless 90 minutes of regulation, the Wildcats could not get a shot off during the two ten-minute overtime periods, however goalkeeper Mike Jenne (Vernon, N.Y.) turned away all five shots faced, including a key stop in the first overtime, sending the game to penalty kicks.

Boston University drew first, with a successful penalty kick by Richy Dorman, which beat Jenne left side. New Hampshire Chris Banks (Westborough, Mass.), mirroring Doman’s goal, beat BU goalkeeper Hrafrn Davidsson left side, to tie the shootout at one apiece. Derek Puerta put the Terriers up, 2-1, with a goal on the right side. The Wildcats evened the score 2-2, with a goal by junior midfielder Richie Weinrebe (East Providence, R.I.)

The Terriers hit the post on their next attempt, which gave the Wildcats a chance to pull ahead for the first time in the shootout. New Hampshire capitalized on the opportunity with a goal by senior forward A.J. Dubois (Acworth, N.H.). With the Wildcats up 3-2, Neil Hlavaty missed wide right. The Wildcats sealed the game with a goal by junior midfielder Scott Rowling (Richboro, Pa.). Rowling fired the ball into the upper right corner of the net, sneaking past the reach of 6-foot-4 Davidsson, propelling the Wildcats to the semifinal game

This is the second consecutive season that the Wildcats have advanced to the semifinals of the America East tournament. Kickoff in Vermont on Wednesday is set for 1:30 p.m.
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