Connecticut College 0, Trinity College 0 2OT Tie Manville Posts Second Shutout of Season for Camels

Katelyn Driscoll '12 and the Camels will visit Mount Holyoke College Tuesday for a 4:30 p.m. game
Katelyn Driscoll '12 and the Camels will visit Mount Holyoke College Tuesday for a 4:30 p.m. game
NEW LONDON, Conn.--Kirsten Manville (Fairfax, Va.) collected two of her three saves in the second half to lead the Connecticut College women´s soccer team to an important point in a scoreless draw with Trinity College Saturday. The Camels improve their record to 3-3-2 with an 0-3-2 mark in conference action. Trinity remains undefeated with a mark of 4-0-3 and a NESCAC record of 3-0-2. Trinity College senior net-minder Emily Weedon (Wellesley, Mass.) made six stops in the opening half of action. Lily Pepper (Princeton Junction, N.J.) recorded three saves for the Bantams in the second half and in overtime. The Camels out-shot the Bantams 24-to-9 in the contest. Connecticut College nearly scored in the first half when Katelyn Driscoll (Peabody, Mass.) connected with Brigi Palatino (Ludlow, Mass.) but the play was ruled offsides. The Camel defense did a terrific job keeping Trinity College junior scoring threat Leigh Howard (Bethany, Conn.) off the scoreboard. Trish Guay (North Scituate, R.I.) guarded Howard closely in a strong defensive showing. Howard led the visitors with three shots.

October 9, 2010

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