STONY BROOK, N.Y. – Freshman back Cristina DiIelsi was on the receiving end of a throw-in before dribbling and launching a shot that beat Stony Brook goalie Marisa Viola with one second left in the second overtime as the University of Maine women’s soccer team edged Stony Brook 2-1 Thursday.
It was her second goal of the season and enabled Maine to improve to 10-1-1 overall, 2-1 in America East. Stony Brook fell to 7-5-1, 2-2, respectively.
Maine began the week ranked 23rd in the country.
Junior Marie-Michele Bouchard staked Maine to a 1-0 lead with her first career goal in the first half.
Kate Collins equalized early in the second half by converting a Brooke Barbuto pass.
Jasmine Phillips made five saves on 14 shots for the Black Bears while Viola wound up with seven saves on 16 shots.
Southern Maine 1, St. Joseph’s 0
At Gorham, Caitlin Albert scored an unassisted goal at 55:05 in the second half to lead the University of Southern Maine past Saint Joseph’s College.
Allie Hill stopped five of nine shots for the 6-6 Huskies.
Karrie Sirois made three saves on 12 shots for the 3-6 Monks.