For Immediate Release: October 15, 2004
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Binghamton defeats Albany 4-2, improves to 9-3-1

Box Score

VESTAL, N.Y.-- Binghamton (9-3-1, 3-1-0 AE) went on a three-goal outburst in the first half and held on to defeat visiting Albany (2-13-0, 0-4-0 AE) 4-2 in an America East Conference women's soccer game on Friday afternoon at a rainy West Gym Field. The victory marked the third consecutive conference win for the Bearcats.

Binghamton came out strong in the first half and led 3-0 at the break. Senior midfielder
Caitlin O'Shaugnessy (Stony Point, N.Y.) got things going with her fourth goal of the season at 17:52. Exactly five minutes later, freshman defender Katie Kerrigan (Middletown, N.Y.) netted her first career goal to make the score 2-0. With 1:02 left before the half, sophomore forward Danielle White (Haddon Township, N.J.) scored her third goal of the year to make it 3-0.

The Great Danes wouldn't give up as freshman midfielder Elena Maccou got a rebound that hit the crossbar and fired it home at 59:46. The Bearcats, however, answered back on a goal by senior forward Tatiana Mathelier (Ponoma, N.Y.) at 67:23 that stretched the lead to 4-1. Although Albany got goal from freshman back Morgan Warwick at 80:12, they were held scoreless the rest of the way.

Binghamton outshot Albany 30-8.

The Bearcats host Stony Brook on Sunday at noon.


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