Sept. 13, 2005
Falmouth, Maine- The Holy Cross women's soccer team fell to Maine, 4-1, on Tuesday evening in Falmouth, Maine. With the loss, the Crusaders fall to 2-4 on the season, while the Black Bears improve to 4-3.
The Black Bears got on the board early as Heather Hathorn scored an unassisted goal at the 4:27 mark. Maine extended its lead when Erin Corey netted a goal at the 9:20 mark, with assists from Natalie Berry and Maureen McHugh. The Black Bears scored their third goal of the first half when Laura Harper scored as Berry tallied her second assist of the game.
Holy Cross got on the board two minutes into the second half when sophomore Alison Peters (Bolton, Mass.) blasted a shot from the top of the penalty box just over Maine goalie Tanya Adorno to score her first goal of the season. Freshman Casey Boland (Langshorne, Pa.) recorded the assist. The Black Bears increased their lead to 4-1 when Corey scored her second goal of the game from an assist by Marie-Andree Canuel.
Holy Cross sophomore goalie Cashel Scanlon (Bethesda, Md.) made two saves in the first half, while sophomore goalie Jessica Pietrowicz (Worcester, Mass.) stopped six shots in the second half. Tanya Adorno earned the win for Maine as she made four saves.
The Black Bears out shot the Crusaders, 23-13, while Holy Cross had six corner kicks to Maine's three.
The Crusaders return to action when they host the UMass Minutewomen at Hart Soccer Field on Friday, September 16, at 4:00 p.m.