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Terriers Fall in NCAA First Round to Northeastern, 2-0

Nov. 15, 2014

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BOSTON – Despite owning a four-shot advantage in attempts on goal, the Patriot League champion Boston University women’s soccer team dropped a 2-0 decision to CAA champion Northeastern in the NCAA First Round on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.

Eliminated from the postseason, the Terriers finish the year at 14-5-3, while the Huskies advance to the second round with a record of 15-4-3.

Northeastern first got on the board at 28:31 on a BU defensive miscue. On a breakaway, the Huskies’ Carly Wilhelm directed a shot at the right post from the left side of the box. The Terriers tried to clear the ball toward the left side of the field but pushed it into the back of the net.

After being out-shot, 4-3, in the first half, the Terriers came out attack in the second and had multiple chances to find the equalizer. Paige Burnett though stopped four shots in the final 45 minutes to give the Huskies their 16th shutout of the season.

Taylor Caparo added an insurance score in the 78th minute by connecting on a cross from Kayla Cappuzzo.


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