Smith, Becky Mack, and Megan Letta (Hilton) added a shot apiece.
Sophomore forward Ariel Samoohy and first-year midfielder Justin Arilotta (Hilton) each put a chance on net in the first period, but Hobart turned them both away as the two teams entered the halftime break tied, 0-0.
In the 71st minute, senior back Taylor Clar (Wheatland-Chili) cleared a long ball upfield where Piccoli beat a defender and the goalkeeper and scored on an open net to draw the Knights within one.
Senior goalkeeper Kelsey Brinkel (Aquinas) helped Roberts stay alive in the second half, keeping the score locked at 1-1.
RIT managed to put four on goal, but junior goalkeeper Julia McDonald kept them out of the net as the two teams went into the half tied, 0-0.
Langelotti has three goals in his last four games and is now tied with Jeff Hibbard (Hilton) for second on the team with three goals this season.
Gabriella D’Ambrosio (Churchville-Chili) started in goal for the Cardinals and moved to 1-1 on the season after playing all 90 minutes without facing a shot.
Courtesy of UofRathletics.com CORTLAND, NY – Two quality sides, both nationally ranked and who reached at least the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Tournament last season met to open the 2019 season, with host SUNY Cortland coming away with a 3-2 overtime victory over the University of Rochester on Friday evening. Rochester, ranked […]
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