Immediate Release: March 6, 2009
Pa. -- Sophomore captain Beth
Moore scored four goals to lead Binghamton
to a 16-11 win over Temple University on Friday afternoon at
In the second half it was all Binghamton for the first 21:54 minutes as the Bearcats poured in nine goals by seven different athletes to go up 15-5. Temple rallied, scoring the next three goals, but it was not enough to overcome Binghamton's lead.
Binghamton outshot Temple 29-28, and was anchored in goal by sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Scott who made 14 saves.
Sophomores Lisa Illig and Ali Castiglie each found the back of the net on three attempts, while Tesi added a pair of goals. Freshman Meg Brown had an all-around game scoring a goal, dropping an assist, picking up two ground balls and causing three turnovers.
was a great performance by our team, I'm very pleased at both
ends of the field. We were very poised," head coach Tony
Zostant commented after the game. "It's a great win for
our program. I can't say enough about our defense and how we
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