Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal
#4 Southern New Hampshire (11-3-2, 8-3-2 NE10)
#5 Le Moyne (11-4-2, 7-4-2 NE10)
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 - 7:00 p.m.
Larkin Field - Manchester, N.H.
Tickets: Adults ($6), Children/Seniors ($4), Students with Valid NE10 ID ($1)
SERIES: SNHU leads, 15-9-4
LAST MEETING: Le Moyne 2, SNHU 2 - 2OT (9/16/17 at Manchester, N.H.)
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Last Time Out: Saint Michael's 2, SNHU 1 (10/27/17 at Colchester, Vt.)
Streak: Lost 1
#9 Alex Satrustegui, Jr. (15 goals, 4 assists, 34 points)
#23 Michael Rowley, Sr. (6 goals, 3 assists, 15 points)
#10 Romain Daniellou, So. (3 goals, 8 assists, 14 points)
#2 Louka Masset, So. (6 goals, 0 assists, 12 points)
#1 Daniel Milton, Jr. (11-3-2,1504:20, 1.02 GAA, .785 save pct., 62 saves)
Notes: The fourth-seeded Penmen play host to the fifth-seeded Dolphins of Le Moyne College following a nailbiting 2-1 double-overtime loss to Saint Michael's in Colchester, Vt., on Friday afternoon. Following a scoreless first half, junior Alex Satrustegui (Pamplona, Spain) received a cross from the left side from freshman Daniel Jones (W. Hartford, Conn.) and knocked it home into the right side of the net. Saint Michael's tied the game late in the 58th minute and then won it with 2:16 left on the clock in double OT. Junior goalkeeper Daniel Milton (Ajax, Ontario) made five saves in the contest.
Last Time Out: Bentley 2, Le Moyne 1 (10/27/17 at Waltham, Mass.)
Streak: Lost 2
#11 Marek Weber, Gr. (18 goals, 2 assists, 38 points)
#14 Salar Faryar, So. (7 goals, 2 assists, 16 points)
#6 Niklas Breunung, Gr. (4 goals, 1 assist, 9 points)
#10 Marcello Palucci, R-Sr. (1 goal, 5 assists, 7 points)
#0 Ben Beaury, Sr. (11-4-2, 1581:03, 1.02 GAA, .798 save pct., 71 saves)
Notes: Le Moyne enters the Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal match following a 2-1 road loss to Bentley in Waltham, Mass., on Friday afternoon. Bentley opened the scoring in the 10th minute, but the Dolphins quickly countered when senior Adam Resetarits connected on a throw in with Marek Weber, who headed the ball from the left post into the top right corner of the net. Bentley scored just under two minutes into the second half to tally the eventual game winner. Senior goalkeeper Ben Beaury made five saves in the match.