BOSTON, Mass. – The University of New Hampshire women's soccer team concluded its regular season Sunday afternoon after falling to Boston University, 1-0. The loss puts the Wildcats at 5-11-2 on the season and 3-4-1in America East play while the Terriers improve to 12-6-1 overall and to 8-0-0 in conference play.
Monique LaMotte (Tampa, Fla.) got the 'Cats rolling on offense with an early shot in the fourth minute of play. The Terriers got on the board first in the 26th minute of play when Taylor Krebs found the back of the net with a deflection off a corner kick. Kylie Strom and Jessica Morrow assisted Krebs on the play.
New Hampshire keeper Erica Correa (Cheshire, Conn.) came up with a big save in the 27th minute when BU's Emma Clark sent a header at the net. The Wildcats kept up the offensive pressure with shots by Madeline Christ (Issaquah, Wash.) and Drea Nogueira (New Bedford, Mass.), however both attempts were just high of the target. At the end of the first half, Boston University held a 1-0 advantage.
Correa got the decision in goal for New Hampshire after allowing just one goal on the six shots she faced. Parisi and Andrea Green split the match in goal for the Terriers with Parisi playing the second half of the game and making two saves.
New Hampshire will head to America East post-season play for the 12th consecutive year, extending its on record. For more information on the upcoming playoffs, visit www.UNHWildcats.com.