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Maine Falls to Stony Brook in America East Semifinal
|Stony Brook (11-6-3)||1||1||2|
|1st - 0:45||Jordan Pellerin (Maine)|
|1st - 22:06||Baker, Kristen (Stony Brook)|
|2nd - 82:53||Darmanin, Sarah (Stony Brook)|
2 Players (#5, #26 - 1)
A: 3 Players (#2, #11, #23 - 1)
Sh: 2 Players (#5, #23 - 2)
Sv: Castanio, Ashley - 8
Jordan Pellerin - 1
A: Nikki Misener - 1
Sh: 2 Players (#10, #12 - 4)
Sv: Megan P-Leibenzeder - 2
|TEAM STATISTICS||Stony Brook||Maine|
|Shots (on goal)||9 (4)||16 (9)|
Orono, Maine – The University of Maine women's soccer team lost a 2-1 decision to Stony Brook in the 2012 America East Semifinals. Maine finished the 2012-13 campaign with a 7-7-3 overall record and an America East record of 3-4-2. Stony Brook improves to 11-6-3 on the season, as they will travel to Hartford for the America East Championship next weekend.
The Black Bears got on the board first as Nikki Misener (Burlington, Ontario) quickly dribbled the ball down the endline as she placed a perfect pass to Jordan Pellerin (Waterville, Maine). Pellerin was able to place the ball over the outstretched Stony Brook keeper to find the top of the netting at the 45-second mark of the first half.
Kristin Baker would knot the game at 1-1, bouncing a ball over the Black Bear keeper as she struck the ball from 30 yards out. Baker's goal came at 22:06 of the first half.
Maine held a 10-2 shot advantage over Stony Brook in the first half.
The second half was held scoreless until the 82-minute, Sarah Darmanin netting the ball as the Black Bear keeper was caught out of position.
Megan Price-Leibenzeder (Surrey, British Columbia) anchored the Black Bears on defense as she allowed two goals with two saves. Price-Leibenzeder sees her record fall to 1-3-1 on the season.
Ashley Castanio improves to 11-6-3 on the season as she allowed one goal against with eight saves.
The Black Bears held a 16-9 shot advantage over the Seawolves, both teams were equal in corner kicks at five a piece.