Sept. 28, 1997
Providence Field Hockey Falls to UNH, 1-0
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Lady Friars, ranked 6th in the country, lost their first game of the season this afternoon as the UNH Wildcats escaped with a 1-0 victory.
UNH, ranked 13th in the nation, scored on a penalty corner in the second half which decided the game. The goal was scored by Caroline Coyne and assisted by Selena Liubackka and Becky Craigue. The Friars out-shot the Wildcats, 15-9 and held the advantage on penalty corners, 14-6.
Providence senior goalie Jamie Soteriades made eight saves between the posts for the Friars.
Providence falls to 8-1 while UNH improves to 7-2 overall.
Providence 0, UNH1
Providence (8-1) 0 0 0
UNH (7-2) 0 1 1
UNH Caroline Coyne (Selena Liubackka, Becky Craigue) 29:07/2nd
PC Jamie Soteriades ( 8 saves)
UNH Mary Pearsall (16 saves)
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