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UAlbany Falls to Boston College

UAlbany Sports Information   08-23-2018

Score: UAlbany 0, Boston College 5

Location: Newton, Mass. - Boston College

Records: UAlbany (2-1); Boston College (3-0)

Short Story: The UAlbany soccer team fell to Boston College 5-0 on Thursday, August 23rd in Newton, Massachusetts. The Great Danes were coming off of a 2-0 weekend in Tucson, Arizona.

Recap:

Despite a hard-fought battle, the Great Danes fell short in the match against Boston College on Thursday evening. Andrea Leitner made the first save of the game after a shot by Boston College’s Jenna Bike in the sixth minute.

Although Boston College scored four of its five goals in the first half, UAlbany came out stronger in the second half and was able to hold them off enough to allow only one additional goal to be scored. Boston College ultimately won the match with a final score of 5-0.

Comments From Head Coach Nick Bochette:

“It was a difficult night for us, but it’s a match we’ll take a lot away from moving forward. Credit to Boston College as they were committed, decisive, and asserted themselves from the first minute. There were some bright spells in there for us, no doubt, but by and large, we were beaten by a team that was better than us on the night. One loss doesn’t erase all the good work we have put in over the last three weeks, however, and we will learn from this game as we progress. Another opportunity awaits us at Colgate on Sunday, and we look forward to the test.”

Next: The Great Danes will head to Hamilton, New York on Sunday, August 26th to take on Colgate at 1 p.m.

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