Sept. 20, 2004
Boston, Mass. - The Holy Cross women's soccer team was defeated by Northeastern, 3-2 in overtime, Monday evening at Parsons Field.
With a little over three minutes remaining in the game, Northeastern registered an own goal to tie the score 2-all in favor of the Crusaders to put the game into over time.
Holy Cross was led by sophomore Lisa DeMari (Plymouth, Mass.), who was given the game-tying goal and senior Mary Jones (Merrimac, Mass.), who registered an unassisted goal at 70 minute mark and two shots on goal.
Liz Dyjak's penalty kick for Northeastern at 36:30 in the second half was good by, putting the Huskeies up by one for a score of 2-1.
Two other players scored goals for the Huskies. Kristen Kowalik scored the first goal of the game 12 minutes into the second half. Filippa Petruccelli shot a pass from Laura Johnson and Dyjak to score the golden-goal at 5:07 into overtime to give Northeastern the victory.
Freshman keeper Jessica Pietrowicz (Worcester, Mass.) tallied two saves in 95 minutes of action, while Husky Mariel Wilner stopped three shots for the win.
The Crusaders, now 1-5, next game is slated for Saturday, Sept. 25 against Patriot League rival American at 1 p.m. , on the Hart Soccer Field.