INDIANAPOLIS, IND. - The Providence College women’s soccer team was defeated in the BIG EAST Semifinal round by Butler on Thursday, Nov. 2 in Indianapolis, Ind. (3-0).
Providence - 0 | Butler – 3
Providence – 10-8-2 (5-3-1 BIG EAST) | Butler 13-1-5 (5-0-4 BIG EAST)
Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl | Indianapolis, Ind.
GAME FLOW & NOTES
-Butler’s Paige Monaghan tested Friar goalkeeper Shelby Hogan (Franklin, Mass.) early in the first half with an upper-90 shot that led to Caitlyn Disarcina’s goal on a deflection by Hogan.
(4:51) Caitlyn Disarcina, eighth goal of season – Deflection from Paige Monaghan’s shot.
Shots on Goal: 4
Corner Kicks: 4
Shots On Goal: 7
Corner Kicks: 5
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