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Beasley breaks tie with two goals for sixth-ranked Bloomsburg
No. T3 Stonehill 7, Dowling 0
EASTON, Mass. -- Lauren Giordano's hat trick helped Stonehil emerge with a 7-0 victory against Dowling on Sunday.
Giordano scored the last two goals of the first half to give the Skyhawks a 3-0 lead at the half, and then was kept off the board until late in the second half when she scored with less than eight minutes left in the game.
Erika Kelly got the scoring started for Stonehill with her 31st goal of the year. Emily Sideris, Kelly Gouveia and Elizabeth Thornton also scored for the Skyhawks.
Elizabeth Genovese did not see a shot in the first 48 minutes of the game but still got the win. Dana Dhami made three saves during the final 22 minutes to finish out the shutout for Stonehill.
Stonehill improved to 16-0 while Dowling fell to 1-10.
No. 6 Bloomsburg 3, No. 7 Limestone 1
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- Bloomsburg defeated Limestone 3-1 on Sunday in a non-conference matchup at Sports Stadium.
The Huskies scored first when Brittany Mathews rocketed a shot from the top of the arc set up by a team corner with 24:01 on the clock. Limestone answered back 18 seconds later with a goal of its own to tie up the score at 1-1.
In the second half Jaclyn Beasley scored back-to-back goals for the Huskies off two penalty corners. The first goal was in the 39th minute when Mathews shot from the top of the arc and Beasley tipped it in to go up 2-1. Three minutes later Beasley knocked in a loose ball rebounding off the post from Mathews shot to bring the Huskies lead to 3-1.
In goal, Eppley made five saves for the Huskies who now move to 10-6 on the season, while Limestone falls to 11-5.
Bloomsburg outshot the Saints 24-7 and held a 17-7 advantage in penalty corners.