Women's soccer drops 3-2 decision at Boston University

Freshman Stella Norman scored her second goal of the season Sunday
 
Freshman Stella Norman scored her second goal of the season Sunday
 
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Oct. 7, 2012

Box Score

Boston, Mass. - The Stony Brook women's soccer team battled, but fell to defending conference champion Boston University by a 3-2 count on Sunday in Boston, Mass. Senior Taryn Schoenbeck (Newark, Del.) and freshman Stella Norman (Castle Rock, Colo.) accounted for the goals as the Seawolves (7-5-2) dropped to 1-3 in America East play.

Goal Recaps

  • Madison Clemens put the Terriers (9-5-1, 5-0-0 AE) on top in the 31st minute, capitalizing on a breakaway down the center of the field.
  • Emma Clark doubled Boston University's advantage four minutes later, heading in Jessica Morrow's free kick in front of the goal.
  • The Seawolves quickly responded as Schoenbeck fired home from 10 yards out just 19 seconds after Clark's goal. Junior Queli Ornelas (Palm Harbor, Fla.) earned the assist, her first collegiate point.
  • The Terriers added an insurance tally at 75:01 when Taylor Krebs buried a shot into the bottom left corner from 15 yards away.
  • Stony Brook pulled a goal back yet again when Norman scored following a corner kick at 83:49.

The Numbers Game

  • Boston University held a 17-7 advantage in shots
  • Schoenbeck led the team with three shot attempts
  • Stony Brook keeper Ashley Castanio (Oceanside, N.Y.) stopped seven shots, while BU's Andrea Green turned away two attempts
  • The Seawolves owned a 7-3 edge in corner kicks
  • BU has now won 29 consecutive America East contests

Next Up

Stony Brook returns home for a pivotal matchup against Maine (5-5-2, 1-2-1 America East) on Thursday at 7 p.m.