Sept. 27, 1997
Field Hockey Defeats Northeastern
PROVIDENCE, RI -- The sixth ranked Lady Friars stopped Northeastern this afternoon, 3-2 at Hendricken Field. PC won the game on a stroke-off as Friar goalie Jamie Soteriades (Columbus, OH) stopped three consecutive stroke shots after the overtime.
Providence scored early in the first half as sophomore Erica Hebert (Enfield, CT) drilled a penalty shot past Northeastern's goalie, Danielle Butsch. Hebert scored again in the first half to give the Friars a 2-0 advantage at the half.
Northeastern stormed back and scored twice to knot the score. Goals were scored by Tori Calio and Jen White .
Soteriades earned her fifth win of the season as she recorded 20 saves. Northeastern's Butsch recorded 15 saves.
In the stroke-off, Providence scored three times with goals by Katie Lachapelle, Katie Whalen and Erica Hebert. Northeastern was shutout.
Providence improves to 8-0 overall while Northeastern loses to their third ranked opponent and falls to 4-3 overall.
Providence 3, Northeastern 2 Providence (8-0) 2 0 1(Stroke) 3 Northeastern (4-3) 0 2 0 2 Goal Scoring: PC Erica Hebert 19:03/1st PC Erica Hebert (Leoncavallo) 9:54/1st NU Tori Calio 24:36/2nd NU Jen White 12:04/2nd Goalie Saves PC Jamie Soteriades (20 saves) NU Danielle Butsch (15 saves)
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