Immediate Release: May 2, 2004
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Binghamton drops season finale to Boston University 18-8
VESTAL, N.Y.--After Bearcat seniors Clodagh Harte (Nesconset, N.Y./Smithtown) and Gina Romanelli (Wantagh, N.Y./MacArthur) were honored before playing their final home games, Boston University (8-9, 5-1 America East) scored seven straight goals in the first half and went on to an 18-8 victory over Binghamton (4-11, 1-5 AE) in Sunday afternoon's season finale.
Junior attack Laura Gabbamonte (Glen Cove, N.Y.) had three goals for the Bearcats and freshman attack Becky Green (Altamont, N.Y./Guilderland) tallied twice, but the Terriers outshot their hosts 50-16 and never led by fewer than five goals after their seven-goal spurt in the opening frame.
Freshman attack Anna Riordan (Yorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown) scored the game's opening goal just 2:48 into the contest, but Boston University got on the board less than four minutes later and opened a 7-1 lead midway through the period. Kaitlyn Cuneo scored two of her four goals during the spurt, in which the Terriers outshot the Bearcats 13-1.
Gabbamonte and Green each added one assist, while sophomore center Lauren Wetherell (Bethpage, N.Y.) contibuted one goal and two assists. Senior goalie Christa Quon (Vestal, N.Y.) had a season-high 25 saves in the net.
Sasha Lang scored five goals for Boston University Mary Beth Miller dished out six assists. Miller also scored a goal of her own, and Lindsay Lewis added four goals.
The Bearcats conclude their third varsity season with a 4-11 overall record, going 1-5 against America East competition. Binghamton finished in sixth place in the final regular season standings.
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