SEAHAWK WOMEN'S SOCCER RESULTS
Bridgewater State 0, Salve Regina 0 [2OT]
Newport, R.I. - Reynolds Field
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina University women's soccer ended its three-game losing skid in its series with Bridgewater State University by working a scoreless tie on Brother Michael Reynolds Field.
Series and Streaks
Bridgewater State University now has scoreless ties in three of its last four games. The Bears have shutout four straight opponents, including a 1-0 win over Rhode Island College when they scored their only goal in six games this season (600 minutes). Salve Regina earns its first draw of the year, now 4-3-1 overall. Bridgewater State still dominates the all-time series, 18-3-1.
- Salve Regina junior Morgan McBrier (No. Kingstown, R.I.) saw her first action as goalkeeper in 2016, registering 12 saves in 110 minutes.
- Bridgewater State junior Lauren DeSousa (Taunton, Mass.) has now logged 600 minutes in goal on the season and has kept the ball out of her net for the last 496 minutes.
- Salve Regina earned 10 corner kick opportunities to Bridgewater State's three; the Seahawks had a corner kick in each overtime period, the final one producing a shot from freshman Kayla McLaughlin (East Hampton, Conn.) that glanced off the cross bar.
- The Bears outshot the Seahawks, 19 to 12, with 11 shots coming in the second 45 minutes.
- Both teams return to their respective conference action on Saturday; BSU = Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC), SRU = Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC).
"." – Salve Regina head coach Jane Walsh
Bridgewater State (1-2-3) – Saturday, September 24 versus Massachusetts Maritime Academy, 12 p.m.
Salve Regina (4-3-1) – Saturday, September 24 at Wentworth Insititute of Technology, 12 p.m.