Boston College vs Connecticut (Nov 16, 2013)
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#11 Boston College vs #4 Connecticut (Nov 16, 2013 at Syracuse, N.Y.)

Boston College (12-8) vs.
Connecticut (18-4)
Date: Nov 16, 2013 Attendance: 700
Weather:

Goals by period   OT  Total 
Boston College 
Connecticut 

Boston College

Pos  ##  Player  Sh   G   A  DS 
GK   30  Leah Settipane  
F   5   Virgynia Muma  
M   6   Emily McCoy  
M   9   Emma Plasteras  
M   12  Paige Norris  
M   14  Rommee Stiekema  
F   15  AshLeigh Sebia  
M   16  Jacqueline Kelleher  
B   17  Sarah Hospodar  
F   19  Kelcie Hromisin  
B   20  Jordyn Hamilton  
      --- Substitutes --- 
  11  Nina Bamberger  
  13  Eryn McCoy  
  18  Chapin Duke  
  24  Katlyn Soucy  
    Totals......... 

##  Goalie  Minutes   GA  Saves 
30  Leah Settipane   73:38  12 
TM  TEAM   0:38 
Connecticut
Pos  ##  Player  Sh   G   A  DS 
GK   77  MANSFIELD, Sarah  
F   3   BOLLES, Marie Elena  
M   4   DAVIDSON, Chrissy  
M   5   TOWNSEND, Mckenzie  
M   6   UPTON, Roisin  
M   7   BOWDEN, Sophie  
F   9   HUNNABLE, Chloe  
B   11  PALMISANO, Megan  
M   12  BOLLES, Olivia  
M   19  MIDDENDORF, Anna  
F   23  JEUTE, Anne  
      --- Substitutes --- 
  2   FLEMING, Montana  
    Totals.........  26 

##  Goalie  Minutes   GA  Saves 
77  MANSFIELD, Sarah   74:16 
Shots by period   OT  Total 
Boston College 
Connecticut  18  26 
Penalty corners   OT  Total 
Boston College 
Connecticut 
Saves by period   OT  Total 
Boston College  10  13 
Connecticut 
SCORING SUMMARY
Goal  Time  Team  Goal Scorer  Assists  Description 
1.  12:26  UCONN   HUNNABLE, Chloe (21)  BOWDEN, Sophie  pass slid across front of goal to left side after rebound 
2.  66:47  BC   Kelcie Hromisin (4)  Emma Plasteras  from close range after pass from right top of circle 
3.  74:16  UCONN   JEUTE, Anne (10)  (unassisted)  off rebound of 9's shot 

PLAYER CARDS

UCONN   #23  JEUTE, Anne   Green card  39:51 
BC   #15  AshLeigh Sebia   Green card  54:26 

Win-MANSFIELD, Sarah (18-4). Loss-Leah Settipane (12-8).
Stadium: Coyne Stadium
Officials: Benjamin Peters; Grant Hundley; Leslie Boucher; Scorer: Dave Gunn;