RHODE ISLAND (3-7-3, 0-4-1 A-10)
Starters: Morrissey (GK), D'Anna, Haggerty, Luker, Fitzgerald, Sengphilom, Derry, Ellis, Cavino, Caso, Rosenthal
Substitutes: Bike, Mogauro, Bentick, Ross, Goncalves, O'Leary
MASSACHUSETTS (6-4-2, 3-2-0 A-10)
Starters: Ryan (GK), Sclafani, Kossler, Bonavita, Laaksonen, Kane, Hipp, Ahmed, Marra, Jouvenel, Frazier
Substitutes: Barry, Frisk, Pereira, Petursdottir, Schafer, Shwartz, Wolf
56:58 - UMASS - Frisk (Kossler)
89:27 - URI - D'Anna (Goncalves)
93:20 - UMASS - Laaksonen (PK)
How it Happened
Rhode Island fell in a 2-1 overtime loss Sunday afternoon at Massachusetts.
Neither of the teams were able to get things rolling offensively in the first half of play, as both Rhode Island and Massachusetts registered a single shot on goal a piece.
The Minutewomen struck first when Rebecca Frisk found the back of the net off a cross from Melissa Kossler in the 56th minute.
Rebecca D'Anna was able to keep the Rams alive however, with a goal that came in the last minute of regulation. The sophomore recorded her second goal of the season thanks to a pass from Jaileen Goncalves. Rhody was sent into its sixth overtime of the season.
Just three minutes into extra time Sini Laaksonen had UMass' golden goal come off a penalty kick and the Rams fell to 0-4-1 in conference play.
Inside the Box Score
- Sophomore Rebecca D'Anna recorded her second goal of the season and the third of her career.
- Junior Kaitlyn Sengphilom and freshman Brooke Cavino added a shot on goal a piece for Rhody.
- Freshman goalkeeper Teresa Morrissey made eight saves. Her counterpart, Peyton Ryan, had three stops.
- Massachusetts held the advantage in shots (22-8), shots on goal (10-4), and corner kicks (8-5).
Rhody continues it's road swing by traveling to Fordham next Sunday, Oct. 13. Game time is set for 1:00 p.m.