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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Yale tips Quinnipiac in women's soccer

om staff reports
Freshmen Melissa Gavin scored in the first half and Frannie Coxe scored in the second half to lead the Yale women’s soccer team to a 2-0 win over local rival Quinnipiac in New Haven on Tuesday.
Yale earns its third shutout of the season and improves to 2-2-2.
Dowling 4, Southern Conn. 2: At Oakdale, N.Y., a late second half rally came up short for Southern as No. 25 Dowling defeated the Owls.
Southern senior Jeremy Tavares notched his first goal of the season, as he scored off a cross from Doural Scott of New Havenin the 12th minute. Southern goalkeeper Andrew Esposito of East Haven recorded five saves.
Stonehill 2, New Haven 1: At Easton, Mass., the Chargers dropped their 2011 Northeast-10 Conference opener to the Skyhawks.
With just under 10 minutes gone in the second half, Stonehill took a 2-0 lead when Anthony Campagnano kicked a shot into the net when diving to find the end of a crossing pass. The Skyhawks held on for the win as the Chargers fell to 0-2-2, 0-1. The Skyhawks improved to 3-1, 1-0.
New York Tech 3, Southern Conn. 0: At New Haven, Sarah Beres had a team-high nine kills, but the Owls went on to lose to New York Tech at Pelz Gym. NYIT won the match by scores of 25-17, 25-11 and 25-14. The Owls moved to 5-2. Lauren McVey had a team-high six digs for the Owls. Kimberly Lachowicz posted a team-high 15 assists.

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