Women's Soccer Turned Back by Bentley, 1-0, in NE10 Quarterfinals

Morgan Mscisz attempting to play a ball in a match against Saint Anselm

When and Where: November 10, 2019 – Waltham, Mass. (Bentley Field)
Score: Bentley University 1, Southern New Hampshire University 0
Records: Bentley 10-6-2, SNHU 10-6-1 

Fourth-seeded Bentley University scored midway through the 11th minute and that was all it would need, as the fifth-seeded Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team fell, 1-0, in Sunday's Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal tilt at Bentley Field.

  • Sophomore goalkeeper Hannah Rose (Waterloo, Ontario) stopped two of the three shots she faced, while Bentley's Kat Hassapis turned back all six SNHU shots for the clean sheet.
  • Emily McGrath scored 10:25 into the contest to notch the eventual game winner for the Falcons.
  • The Penmen held a 10-8 edge in shots, including 8-3 in the second stanza.
  • SNHU also owned a 6-4 advantage in corner kicks, including 4-1 after halftime.
  • After being unbeaten in six of its last seven (5-1-1), Southern New Hampshire has now dropped two straight for the first time since Oct. 1-9, 2016 when it lost three-in-a-row.
  • It is also the first time SNHU has been shut out in consecutive contests since the final two games of last season.
  • The Penmen entered the season unbeaten in their last 12 (9-0-3) against Bentley, dating back to the 2008 season, before suffering a 2-0 loss in the regular season, followed by the quarterfinal defeat.
  • Southern New Hampshire dips to 43-15-9 (.709) over its last 67 matches dating back to the 2016 campaign.
  • The Penmen will now await word on a potential at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament.

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