When and Where: October 28, 2018 – Albany, N.Y. (Sullivan Field)
Score: Southern New Hampshire University 1, College of Saint Rose 1
Records: SNHU 13-3-2 (10-2-2 NE10), Saint Rose 12-3-3 (9-3-2 NE10)
Senior Miranda Peloquin (Greenville, R.I.) scored in the 85th minute to tie the match, as the 23rd-ranked Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team clinched the No. 2 seed for the upcoming Northeast-10 Championship with a 1-1 draw at the College of Saint Rose on Sunday afternoon at Sullivan Field.
- Peloquin's goal was her fourth of the season, including her third in the last seven contests.
- Freshman goalkeeper Hannah Rose (Waterloo, Ontario) stopped seven of the eight shots she faced.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Following a scoreless first half, Saint Rose broke the ice early in the 58th minute when Kaelyn Britt touched-in a ball from Nina Predanic at the top of the box to make it 1-0.
- It looked like the score might stay that way until it went final, but Southern New Hampshire pulled even with just 5:46 on the clock, as freshman Dorthea Glorud (Brumunddal, Norway) delivered a feed from the right that Peloquin put into the back of the net to level the score at 1-1.
- Both teams traded scoring opportunities in the two overtime periods, but came away empty-handed.
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE
- Saint Rose goalkeeper Marika Laurendeau racked up 10 saves.
- The Penmen held a 24-19 advantage in shots, including 13-4 in the opening half.
- The Golden Knights owned a 10-9 edge in corner kicks.
- The match was moved from Saturday due to inclement weather.
- SNHU, which is ranked 23rd in the United Soccer Coaches Division II Poll, is unbeaten in 12 of its last 13, including 11 straight.
- Southern New Hampshire earns the No. 2 seed for the NE10 Championship for the second straight year and will host a quarterfinal matchup against Southern Connecticut State University, which lost to Franklin Pierce University on Sunday, allowing the Ravens to capture the NE10 Regular Season Championship over the Penmen.
- Glorud now has 12 points over the last seven matches.
- The Penmen are now 32-8-7 (.755) over their last 47 matches dating back to the 2016 campaign.
- The Penmen are back in action Tuesday, Oct. 30 (4 p.m.) when they host a Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal match against seventh-seeded Southern Connecticut at Penmen Stadium.
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