The win places the Wildcats’ record at
In the 57th minute, Serafine sent a long ball to Whelan who dribbled up and moved it to O’Shaughnessy. O’Shaughnessy, who scored her first career goal Oct. 7 against the University at
The Wildcats, who have now won four of their last five games, jumped on the board first with just remaining in the first half when they were awarded an indirect kick. After a quick Whelan touch, Serafine lined the ball up and blasted it past Bradley to give the ‘Cats a 2-0 advantage.
Whelan’s two assists give her 15 points for the season, one behind teammate Michelle Sheehan (
The Catamounts cut their two-goal deficit in half in the 64th minute when Carson Laderoute put home a rebound that caromed off a UNH defender on a shot by Jessica Becker.
That was all Wildcat goalkeeper Nikki Golding (
Bradley recorded three saves for the Catamounts.
The ‘Cats return to action Thursday, Oct. 18 when they play host to the