No. 5 UC San Diego ends in draw
Roundup: No. 3 Florida Tech, No. 4 St. Edward's win
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. -- No. 19 Cal State San Bernardino bounced back from a disappointing Friday night loss with a 1-1 double overtime tie against visiting fifth-ranked UC San Diego on Sunday.
Brittany Wilding gave the Coyotes a 1-0 lead in the game's 22nd minute. Teammate Kelsey Gudgeon fired in a cross from the right-hand side and Wilding pounced on the ball and drove it past Tritons' goalkeeper Kristin Armstrong for the lead.
The teams went into halftime with CSUSB leading, but the Tritons tied the game on Cassie Callahan's first goal of the season at 49:24. She belted the ball from 30 yards out ahead of the net and got past Coyotes' GK Tiffany Mallick. The game remained tied through regulation.
In OT, UCSD outshot the Coyotes 4-1, but neither team could answer.
No. 1 Saint Rose 3, Southern New Hampshire 1
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Saint Rose shook off Friday’s draw with Massachusetts-Lowell by scoring three times in a 21-minute span in the early portion of the second half en route to a 3-1 victory at Northeast-10 Conference rival Southern New Hampshire today. The top-ranked Golden Knights (4-0-1/2-0-1 NE-10) subsequently ran their conference regular-season unbeaten streak to 41 contests dating back to 2008.
Freshman forward Brittany Barry scored twice including her league-leading eighth strike of the year, while sophomore midfielder Laura Taylor registered her first collegiate marker that put Saint Rose up 3-0 with 75:03 elapsed. Meanwhile, senior midfielder Danielle Quinlan blemished the clean sheet for Saint Rose sophomore keeper Jessica Gerski with a strike in the 90th minute.
Gerski came up with a season-high nine saves, including six before intermission, for Saint Rose; while junior Maggie Weldon turned aside six shots-on-goal for the Penmen (2-2-0/1-2-0 NE-10).
No. 3 Florida Tech 3, Catawba 0
SALISBURY, N.C. -- Casey Lademann scored twice and Kelly Whittaker added her third goal of the season in No. 3 Florida Tech’s 3-0 win against Catawba Sunday afternoon at Frock Field.
All three goals came in the opening 45 minutes. In the second half, the Panthers (5-0) limited the Indians (1-3) to just two shots, neither reached the hands of goalkeeper Mist Eliasdottir.
Lademann’s two goals were scored less than three minutes apart. Chelsea Pushman found Tech’s all-time leading scorer for the match’s first goal in the 24th minute. Before the Indians could regroup, Whittaker and Pushman assisted one more goal by Lademann.
No. 4 St. Edward's 1, Texas A&M-Commerce
COMMERCE, Texas -- No. 4 St Edward's got a goal by Rachel Murray and went on to top Texas A&M-Commerce 1-0 on Sunday.
St. Edward's took the lead late in the half when Rachel Murray scored her first goal of the season 31:07 into the game. The shot from the far right side sailed just past the reach of goakeeper Randi Hafele and found the far corner of the net. Hafele was strong in net all afternoon, recording a pair of saves as the Lions kept the Hilltoppers from easy looks at the net.
St. Edward's was shut down for most of the game due to a strong effort by the Lions defensive front of freshmen Callie Annett and Senior Captain Evan Stanberry. The Lions kept the Hilltoppers to their lowest shot on goal attempts all season with three.
Game information compiled from athletic department websites.