For Immediate Release: September 21, 2006
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Binghamton women's soccer posts 1-0 shutout over Canisius

Box Score

VESTAL, N.Y. - Junior midfielder Tricia Reed (Oswego, N.Y.) scored her third goal of the season to lead Binghamton (3-4-2) to a 1-0 victory over Canisius (2-7) in the team's final non-conference game of the year Thursday afternoon at West Gym Field. Over their past five games the Bearcats are now 3-1-1 with all three victories coming via the shutout.

"We made a commitment to work hard and work for each other" assistant coach Sarah McClellan said. "I'm happy with the result. It was a good game to build on as we head toward conference play."

With 4:13 gone by in the game, Reed recovered a loose ball in front of the goal and buried it in the back of the net to put Binghamton ahead 1-0. At the other end of the field, senior goalkeeper Kristie Bowers (Rochester,
N.Y.) recorded seven saves to collect her second solo shutout of the season.

The victory also extends Binghamton's home unbeaten streak to seven games dating back to September 29, 2005. Over that time the team is 5-0-2 with each win coming off of a shutout performance.

The Bearcats will begin America East Conference play on Sunday when they travel to Vermont for a 1 p.m. kickoff.


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