Univ Of New England vs. New England College
March 27, 2009
|Michael Pennacchio||(4, 0)|
|Dylan Thomas||(1, 1)|
|Steve Smith||(1, 1)|
|Luke Difiore||(2, 0)|
|Eric Santos||(0, 2)|
|Dan Leyden||(1, 0)|
|Bobby Labbe||(0, 1)|
|Andy Briggs||8 (0.727)|
|Nate Porter||4 (0.333)|
|Univ Of New England||4-2|
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|Matt Carey||(3, 1)|
|Clint Mcdonough||(2, 1)|
|Matt Vozzolo||(3, 0)|
|Jamie Dunbar||(0, 1)|
|Derek Weckbacher||(1, 0)|
|Jake Ryan||(1, 0)|
|Jesse Devitte||(1, 0)|
|Nick Acquaviva||10 (0.526)|
|New England College||2-3|
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|The Game Story:|
|BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Junior midfielder Matt Vozzolo (Somers, Conn.) scored three of New England College's six third-period goals as the Pilgrims opened The Commonwealth Coast Conference play with an 11-9 win over the University of New England Friday afternoon.|
The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Pilgrims, who improved to 2-3 overall. UNE saw its four-game win streak halted and is 4-2.
Holding on to a slim 5-4 lead at halftime, the Pilgrims exploded for six scores in the pivotal third period. In addition to Vozzolo's three goals, sophomore Matt Carey (Medford, N.Y.) added a pair and junior Clint McDonough (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) had one.
The Nor'easters battled back in the final period -- outscoring NEC 4-0 -- but would get no closer than two goals.
Carey and Vozzolo each finished with three goals to pace the Pilgrims. McDonough contributed three points with a pair of scores and one assist. Sophomore Nick Acquaviva (Syracuse, N.Y.) stopped 10 shots to earn the win in goal.
UNE first-year middie Michael Pennacchio (Peabody, Mass.) led all scorers with four goals. Sophomore Luke DiFiore (Gloucester, Mass.) chipped in with two goals and one assist. Senior Eric Santos (Jamestown, R.I.) played a strong match with two assists and 12-for-17 efficiency on face-offs.
Senior Andy Briggs (Scituate, R.I.) and first-year Nate Porter (Cohasset, Mass.) combined to make 12 saves for the Nor'easters, who return to play Wednesday (April 1) with a home game versus Curry College. Game time is 4:00 p.m.
Up next for NEC is a 4:00 p.m. home contest with the University of Southern Maine on Monday (March 30).