Immediate Release: March 9, 2011
Senior attack Ali Castiglie helped BU start the half off hot with a free position goal just a minute and two seconds into the second half. From there however, Binghamton would not score another goal unitl the 19:15 mark. Moore's third goal and another from the stick of senior Amanda Hughes cut the score to 10-5, but several failed free position opportunities killed the Bearcat charge.
BU would go on to score two of the last three goals, but every time momentum would shift in their favor Canisius would answer. The Bearcats held a favorable shot advantage in the second half (17-6), but could not capitalize on several opportunities in the Golden Griffins box. Canisius goalie Allison Daley earned her victory, stopping 11 Binghamton shots on goal and haulting any hope of a comeback.
Along with her three goals, Moore picked up three draw controls and a ground ball. Senior defender Siobhan Menz hustled her way to four ground balls for BU.
The Bearcats are back in action Friday, March 11 as Monmouth travels to Vestal, N.Y. The game ends the Binghamton's four-game homestand, leaving BU with it's next five games on the road. Opening face-off is set for 4 p.m.
NOTES: Beth Moore was named America East Player of the Game...Binghamton is now 1-7 against Canisius all-time...Beth Moore scored her 85th, 86th and 87th goals of her career, she is now just three goals away from the BU all-time record...Kristen Stone was awarded a yellow card.
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