MILTON, Mass. – Curry College defeated Lyndon 3-0 Monday evening at the Walter M. Katz Field. With the win the Colonels improve to 9-3 overall while the Hornets fell to 4-9 on the season.
Curry outshot Lyndon 16-3 in the first half, but struggled to find the back of the net to earn a lead heading into break. Out of the 16 strikes, five landed on goal. Julianna Anderson (Manchester, N.H.) made five stops to hold the Colonels scoreless. Curry goaltender Morgan
Stott made three of the Hornets shots. Stott earned her sixth shutout on the season in her 45 minutes of play.
The final frame saw the Colonels net three goals. At the 51:39 minute mark Ashley Bottis scored the game-winner after receiving a pass from Stefanie Faucher. Curry held just a one-goal lead until 84:55 minute mark. Kelly Parker took a shot that rebounded off of Anderson. Kelsey O'Brien collected the loose ball and one-timed it into the corner.
Just 1:04 later, Amanda Crisfulla tallied her first-collegiate goal. Parker sent Crisfulla a through ball who one-timed it over the head of Anderson. The Colonels finished with 34 shots and 11 corner kicks. The Hornets finished with five shots and one corner kick.
Stott made three saves in for the win before giving way to Christina Chiofalo who played in goal for her first time this season. Chiofalo made two stops in 45 minutes. Anderson made an impressive 14 saves in net for the loss.
Lyndon returns to action Saturday when it hosts Green Mountain in a 1 p.m. start.