Southern New Hampshire (7-9, 4-8 NE10)
#20 Bentley (10-5, 8-4 NE10)
Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 1 p.m.
Penmen Stadium - Hooksett, N.H.
Promotion: Senior Day
SERIES: Bentley leads, 12-6
LAST MEETING: #19 Bentley 21, SNHU 10 (04/28/18 at Waltham, Mass.)
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Last time out: SNHU 14, American Int'l 12 (04/24/19 at Springfield, Mass.)
Streak: Won 1
#32 Kristin Wilder, Sr. (60 goals, 11 assists, 71 points)
#2 Alexis Felt, Sr. (41 goals, 13 assists, 54 points)
#5 Kelsey Long, Fr. (35 goals, 15 assists, 50 points)
#24 Merry Harrington, Jr. (31 goals, 13 assists, 44 points)
Notes: Southern New Hampshire has won three of four and will try and wrap its regular season on a high note when it takes on Bentley, which will be its ninth opponent this year to be ranked or receiving votes in the IWLCA Division II Poll ... the Penmen are coming off a 14-12 victory at American Int'l on Wednesday ... they trailed, 12-11, with 18:29 remaining, but would outscore AIC, 3-0, the rest of the way to claim the win ... senior Kristin Wilder (Framingham, Mass.) registered a game-high five points, as she scored four times and handed out an assist ... classmate Alexis Felt (Manchester, N.H.) and junior Merry Harrington (Peabody, Mass.) each tallied two goals and an assist ... freshman Kelsey Long (Woburn, Mass.) scored twice ... senior goalkeeper Leah Olansky (Bennington, Vt.) stopped 12 of the 24 shots she faced ... SNHU will honor its 11 seniors prior to the contest.
Last time out: #20 Bentley 14, #16 New Haven 13 - OT (04/24/19 at West Haven, Conn.)
Streak: Won 1
#5 Julia Glavin, So. (49 goals, 12 assists, 61 points)
#22 Cara McCarthy, So. (38 goals, 3 assists, 41 points)
#10 Caroline Boudreau, Fr. (28 goals, 1 assist, 29 points)
#11 MaryKate Staines, Sr. (14 goals, 13 assists, 27 points)
#30 Eliza Bresler, Jr. (10-5, 11.06 GAA, .523 SV%, 916:36 MIN, 185 SV)
Notes: Bentley, ranked 20th in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll, broke up a stretch where it lost four of five - all against nationally-ranked opponents - with a 14-13 overtime victory against No. 16 New Haven on Wednesday ... the Falcons held a 13-9 lead with just over five minutes to go, when New Haven scored four straight to force overtime ... in the extra session freshman Glenna Gies found the back of the net just 51 seconds in to sent Bentley to victory ... Gies and sophomore Julia Glavin each potted three goals .... senior MaryKate Staines, sophomore Sandrine Heller and freshman Christine Fish all tallied a pair of goals and an assist ... sophomore Cara McCarthy scored twice .... junior goalkeeper Eliza Bresler made nine saves.