BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Junior goalkeeper Liz MacKay (Scituate, Mass.) made seven saves to record her third shutout of the season, but the University of New Hampshire women's soccer settled for a scoreless draw Sunday afternoon against Binghamton University at West Gym Field.
UNH is now 3-5-3 overall at 1-0-1 in America East while Binghamton is 6-5-1, 0-2-1. This was the second scoreless draw of the season for the Wildcats, who also played to a 0-0 tie against Providence College on Sept. 16. All three UNH matches that have gone into overtime this season have ended in a draw.
MacKay made four of her seven saves in the first half and was not required to make a save in the pair of 10-minute overtime sessions. Binghamton's Kristy Doerner made three saves in both the first and second halves and also was not forced to make a save in the extra sessions to finish with six saves.
New Hampshire returns to action Oct. 8 (4 p.m.) at Harvard University. The next Wildcat home game is Oct. 10 vs. Albany. Game time at Lewis Fields is 3:30 p.m.