Immediate Release: April 15, 2006
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Conference-leader New Hampshire rolls by Binghamton 18-2
DURHAM, N.H.--The host Wildcats scored 11 unanswered goals in the first half en route to posting an 18-2 victory over visiting Binghamton (4-10, 0-4 AE) in an America East matchup on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field. New Hampshire (9-4, 4-0 AE) has now won eight straight games and nine of ten since beginning the 2006 season with an 0-3 mark.
Junior Alex Webster led the Wildcats' attack with a game-high four goals, all coming during the first half of play, while Moira Talbot, Katie Leland and Danae Deveau each turned in four-point performances.
Binghamton managed just seven shots on the afternoon, while New Hampshire, who came into the afternoon's contest boasting the league's most potent attack, accumulated 39 shots and produced 22 ground balls.
Junior attack Danielle Edwards (Horseheads, N.Y.) netted both scores on the afternoon for the Bearcats. Edwards now has a total of 18 goals on the season, tying her with teammate Heather Grose (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) for the team lead. Grose, a junior attack, also contributed with an assist.
In between the pipes, sophomore Sandra Alvarez (Port Washington, N.Y.) made 11 saves for the Bearcats before giving way to freshman Carolyn Cuneo (East Northport, N.Y.), who stopped three shots in the final 11 minutes of action.
Binghamton returns to action on Saturday, April 22 to collide with conference foe Vermont at Moulton Winder Field in Burlington, Vt. The contest will mark the Bearcats' final road game of the season.
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