Time beyond regulation was the time for Jada Konte of the UConn girls’s soccer to rise to the event.
Conte’s time beyond regulation purpose Sunday lifted the Huskies to a 1-0 win over Villanova in Massive East motion at Morrone Stadium.
After blocking a Villanova free kick, Duda Santine took possession of a unfastened ball and made a cross to Jaydah Bedova, who drove the ball down the sphere. Bedova’s shot was stopped however Konte headed within the rebound for the game-winner.
Kaitlyn Mahoney made 9 saves for the Huskies (8-6-0, 4-3-0) for her second shutout of the season.
UConn is at Windfall Thursday.
ECSU: Briley Harnois scored on Japanese Connecticut State’s solely shot on purpose however it was Williams School that got here away with a 4-1 non-league win Saturday.
UConn: Jackson Castro’s purpose with 58 seconds left gave Creighton a 2-2 tie with UConn in Massive East motion at Morrone Stadium Saturday. The Huskies (5-4-2, 1-3-2) had taken a lead with 11:02 remaining on Mateo Leveque’s penalty kick however couldn’t cling on.
ECSU: Abby Stern of Manchester grew to become the fourth participant in Japanese Connecticut State program historical past to report 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs Saturday as she had 14 digs in a sweep of Western New England in Springfield. The Warriors would observe with a sweep of Clark College.
RHAM Excessive graduate Anna Barry posted 33 kills within the six units or the Warriors, 15 towards Western New England and 18 towards Clark.
Hartford: Freshman Cam Luginbuhl recorded her third straight double-double for Hartford in a 3-1 America East loss to Albany on Sunday. The Tolland native completed with 16 kills and 16 digs.
UConn: Ohio State freshman goaltender Jakub Dobes made 32 saves to earn his first profession shutout Saturday because the Buckeyes blanked UConn 3-0 at Worth metropolis Enviornment in Columbus, Ohio. Patrick Guzzo, Travis Treloar, and Tate Singleton scored for Ohio State because it beat the Huskies (2-3-0) for the second time in two days.
UConn returns to motion on Oct. 26 with a Hockey East contest at Northeastern.