BOSTON, Mass.- The University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team battled to a scoreless draw after 110 minutes of play at Boston University on Wednesday evening. With the tie, the fifth scoreless draw of the season, the Wildcats’ record adjusts to 5-4-7, 2-1-4 in America East while the Terriers record moves to 9-5-3, 3-1-3.  

Senior goalkeeper Mike Jenne (Vernon, N.Y.) tallied a career-high seven saves to earn his eighth shutout of the season. Jenne recorded three saves during the two overtime periods to preserve the shutout. 

Senior goalkeeper Mike Jenne made a career-high seven saves in his eighth shutout of the season

In the 50th minute, sophomore forward Chris Banks (Westborough, Mass.) had a chance to get the Wildcats on the board. Banks took a shot that was saved by Terrier goalkeeper Hrafn Davidsson. Banks retrieved his own rebound, but his second attempt curved wide of the net. Davidsson finished the game with two saves for the Terriers.

Led by Richy Dorman with three shots, the Terriers outshot the Wildcats 12-6. Junior midfielder Scott Rowling (Richboro, Pa.) and Banks each had two shots to lead the team. Banks and freshman Dylan George (Bangor, Maine) had the Wildcats' two shots on goal in the game.  

New Hampshire held a slight advantage in corner kicks (6-5) and also had one more foul than the Terriers (12-11).

The Wildcats finish up the regular season with a game at UMBC on Saturday, Nov. 3. Kickoff in Baltimore is set for 1 p.m.

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