DURHAM, N.H. -TheUniversity of New Hampshire women’s soccer team dropped its third straight game in heartbreaking fashion on Thursday as Binghamton’s Tricia Reed tallied the games only goal in overtime to lift the Bear Cats to a 1-0 victory in America East soccer action.
With both teams displaying sound play on the defensive end, Reed finally put the match away 47 seconds into overtime and as a result, handed UNH their eighth loss of the season, seven of the loses coming from the difference of a single goal.
The Wildcats held a 15-11 advantage in shots over Binghamton as sophomore forward Sara Hourihan (Lynnfield, Mass/Lynnfield) notched five shots on the afternoon, while junior Katie Lutar (Guilford, Conn./Guilford) tallied three shots on goal. Despite the loss, senior goalkeeper Lynn Gugliuzza (Kenmore, N.Y./Kenmore West) delivered another impressive performance in goal as she notched three saves.
The Wildcats fall to 3-8-0, 1-3-0 AE on the season, while the Bear Cats improve to 5-6-2, 2-2-0 AE. UNH returns home for a conference match with the Vermont Catamounts this Sunday (Oct. 8) at 1:00 p.m. on Lewis Field.