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UConn Women Skate To 2-2 Tie Against Syracuse

UConn women skate to 2-2 tie against Syracuse

Women's Hockey

Annie Belanger made 37 saves to help the UConn women to a 2-2 tie at Syracuse Sunday in Syracuse, N.Y. The draw moves the Huskies to 2-3-2 on the season, while the Orange go to 1-1-4 after tying their fourth consecutive Hockey East opponent. The Huskies got second period goals from Theresa Knutson and Emily Snodgrass to erase an early Orange lead.

Women's Soccer

On Senior Day in Storrs, senior Julie Hubbard blasted home a 25-yard goal in the 66th minute to lead UConn to a 1-0 upset over No. 18 UCF. The win pushed the Huskies to 10-4-4 on the season (3-2-3 American), while the loss snapped the Knights' 10-game winning streak and 25-game unbeaten streak in conference play to drop them to 13-2-0 (6-1-0 American) in 2014. ... Central dropped a 1-0 decision to Wagner, and the The Blue Devils are now 7-5-3 overall and 2-2-1 in the Northeast Conference. Wagner improves to 7-6-2 and 3-1-1 in NEC play with the victory. CCSU outshot the Seahawks 17-5, including a 6-2 advantage in shots on goal. The Blue Devils also held a slight advantage in corner kicks, 4-3. ... The University of Hartford lost 1-0 decision to the visiting UMBC Retrievers. The loss for Hartford is its first in conference play, breaking a five-game unbeaten streak. The Hawks fall to 8-3-4 overall and 4-1-1 in the America East, two points ahead of UMBC and Albany, who are tied for second place in the league standings.

Field Hockey

No. 4 UConn took care of business on senior day, downing Yale 8-3 in Storrs. With the win, UConn moves to 11-2 (3-0 Big East), and the Bulldogs drop to 2-11 overall. The Huskies improve to 32-0 all-time against in-state foe Yale and also extend their winning streak to five. Connecticut has tallied 15 goals over its last 140 game minutes. Before the game, the field hockey program honored its four senior class members with a short ceremony that included parents, coaches and members of the athletic administration. The class has compiled a 69-12 record in its three-plus seasons in Storrs, the best mark of any four-year class in Husky history.

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