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Tafro scores 100th career point for No. 2 Montclair State
No. 2 Montclair State 4, FDU-Florham 0
MADISON, N.J. -- Senior midfielder Jennifer Tafro had a pair of goals and recorded her 100th career point as second-ranked Montclair State bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 4-0 victory against FDU-Florham on Tuesday evening.
Senior Stephanie Lewis had a goal and assist for the Red Hawks, who improved to 11-1 on the year with their seventh consecutive win against the Devils, evening the all-time series at 11-11-1.
Tafro gave Montclair State a 1-0 lead it would hold through halftime in the game's seventh minute as MSU scored off a penalty corner. Lewis took the insert pass from Sierra Rauchbach sliding the ball over to Tafro, who blasted a shot that deflected off the goalkeeper into the back of the cage for her 13th goal of the season.
Lewis gave Montclair a two-goal lead 1:47 into the second scoring off a rebound and a goal by Gianna Moglino at the 43:94 mark put the Red Hawks in front 3-0.
Tafro would get the final goal of the game with 20:25 remaining as she joined Jennifer Tanis as the only players in MSU history to record 100 career points. Tafro, who has exactly 100 points, also collected her 40th career goal as she tied Anna Wimberg for second place on the all-time Montclair State list.
No. 3 Bowdoin 6, Husson 0
BRUNSWICK, Maine -- Bowdoin extended its home winning streak to 37 consecutive games with a 6-0 win against Husson on Tuesday night.
The third-ranked Polar Bears (8-1) won their sixth consecutive game this season and 11th all-time against the Eagles (7-4). Bowdoin has not surrendered a goal to Husson since 2003.
Katie Riley drew a pair of Husson defenders off the left post and centered a reverse stick pass towards the Eagles' net, as Rachel Kennedy cut in and one timed it for Bowdoin's first goal of the game with 7:01 off the clock. Riley had a hand in Bowdoin's next goal as she crossed another pass from the left side, which Emily Simonton redirected before Adrienne O'Donnell would bury it in the net.
With six minutes remaining in the half, Bowdoin took the 3-0 lead as Olivia King took a hard shot from the top of the circle. Kennedy and Lauren Schroeder each got a piece of the ball as it passed to ensure no quick sticks from Husson would deflect it away. Annika Durell denied Bowdoin of two goals, one in each half, with defensive saves for the Eagles.
The Polar Bears waited less than five minutes into the second half before tallying their fourth goal of the game. Coming off a penalty corner, Colleen Finnerty controlled the insert at the top of the circle and dished a pass right towards O'Donnell whose hard sweep traveled through traffic into the cage. Riley netted a goal of her own out of a scramble in front of the Eagles' net fifteen minutes into the half. Husson looked to crack Bowdoin's defense with its first corner at 63:15.
The Eagles were awarded four consecutive penalty corners, mustering a shot on cage each time, but were unable to break through. Meaghan Dwan recorded a defensive save during the flurry of Husson shots. Liz Znamierowski wrapped up Bowdoin's scoring as she on-touched a crossing pass from Pam Herter from the end line.