BOSTON - Jackie Wishoski (Malden, Mass.) continued her torrid scoring pace with another goal, but the fourth-seeded University of New Hampshire women's soccer team saw the 2003 season come to a close with a 2-1 setback to No. 1 Boston University in the semifinals of the America East Women's Soccer Championship Friday night at BU's Nickerson Field. UNH ends the season at 8-9-4.
Wishoski registered her sixth goal and 13th point of the championship, both America East championship records, with her goal at the 63:01 mark that tied the match at 1. Wishoski took a pass from Erin Margentino (Farmington, Conn.) and blasted a goal past Terrier keeper Jessica Clinton (2 saves).
Boston University (12-5-4) owned a 1-0 halftime lead courtesy of a goal by Meghann Cook in the 29th minute. Cook would also net the game-winner for the Terriers, as she slid a shot past Wildcat keeper Liz MacKay (Scituate, Mass.) (4 saves) with just 4:43 remaining in regulation.
Wishoski closed out the 2003 season with 18 goals and 41 points, both UNH school records. Her five-goal, 11-point performance in the first round of the America East championship against Northeastern set school records for goals and points in a game, and she became the fastest Wildcat in school history to record her 50th career, point, doing so in her 38th game.