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Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Frazzoni & Saint Rose Fall in NCAA Championships

Another outstanding season for Eva Frazzoni and her College of Saint Rose Women’s Soccer teammates concluded as they were defeated 3-0 at #17 and host Bridgeport in a Second-Round NCAA Tournament encounter.

Bridgeport will now face either Franklin Pierce or LIU Post in the East Region Final at a site to be determined.
Monday, November 12, 2018
Frazzoni & Saint Rose Advance in NCAA Championships

Eva Frazzoni’s Junior goalkeeper teammate Marika Laurendeau stopped two shots in the penalty kick portion and another in regulation to propel The College of Saint Rose to the second round of the NCAA Championship Tournament after the Golden Knights and Mercy played to a 1-1 draw.

Saint Rose will now face either host Bridgeport in their second round match. The 17th ranked Purple Knights advanced with a 2-1 first round triumph versus Stonehill.

Junior forward Nina Predanic put the Golden Knights up 1-0 with 33:43 gone by when she lined home a picturesque shot top side from some 25-yards out. However, Mercy tied it when senior forward Haley Noble jumped on a loose ball deep inside the area off a restart and tucked it inside the right post with 70:07 expired.

The Mavericks had a chance to put themselves in control, but Laurendeau deflected away a penalty kick by junior midfielder Natalia Elizarraras to keep the match level. The opportunity was granted following a handball in the area.

Both teams had opportunities to alter the come. Junior midfielder Jessica Brandt rattled a shot off the crossbar with just less than three minutes left in the first extra session. Meanwhile, a similar effort by Predanic in the game's opening 10 minutes kept the affair scoreless. Predanic also drove a dangerous free kick from 30-yards out that sailed just high in the final 20 seconds of the second overtime.
Sunday, November 11, 2018
Leonard DeRosa-Holder Under 15 Knock-Out

Warwick Archers Bows are the Leonard DeRosa-Holder Under 15 Knock-out Champions

Warwick Archers Bows 4 Somerset Trojans 1

The Warwick Archers won the Leonard DeRosa-Holder Trophy at the Wellington Oval recording a 4 – 1 win over the Somerset Trojans.

Christian Lugo Elibox would give the Warwick Archers Bows the lead in the 7th minute, five minutes later it was the Warwick Archers Bows doubled the lead when captain Nathan Furbert scored.

In the 14th minute Shia Smith made it 3 – 0 to the Warwick Archers Bows, the Somerset Trojans would pull themselves back into the match when K’tori Butterfield converted from the penalty spot in the 34th minute.

Smith would restore the Warwick Archers Bows three goal lead when he scored in the 64th minute to make the score 4 – 1.

Saturday, November 10, 2018
Gregory Grimes Knockout Final Round Up
Hamilton Parish 0 (5) PHC Zebras 0 (4)

Hamilton Parish were crowned he inaugural Under 13 Gregory Grimes Knockout Champions, following a Kicks From The Penalty Mark shootout win over the PHC Zebras.

The match ended scoreless at the end of regulation time, resulting in the match having to be decided by the penaltiesm, which Hamilton Parish would emerge victorious.

Kairo Lewis was named the MVP for the PHC Zebras and Aaron Estravit was voted the MVP for the champions Hamilton Pariah.

Friday, November 09, 2018
Bermuda's Under 20 Men Draw with Barbados
Barbados 0 Bermuda 0

Bermuda played their fourth and final game of the CONCACAF Under 20 Men’s Qualifiers in Florida took on Barbados.

Bermuda Starting Line Up: Quinaceo Hunt, Mical Hardtman, Edry Moore, Jorj Dublin (Zurhi Burgess 45th), Cory Booth (Aaron Burgess 75th), San-Tze Burgess, Diego Richardson, Jahkari Furbert, T'Ai Williams, Rahzir Smith-Jones, D'Andre Wainwright (Knory Scott 65th)

Bermuda would get their first point of the tournament following this 0 – 0 draw with Barbados.

Bermuda would play a total of 360 minutes of football, but was unable to register a goal.

Ray Jones Bermuda Coach said following the game, “It was a hard tournament and we didn't achieve what we hoped too. We improved as the tournament progressed and the players never quit.

Four matches in ten days was a tall order for our team. We fought right up to the final whistle in the final match. Goals win games however.”
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