Eva Frazzoni and her top-seed College of Saint Rose teammates scored all three of its goals in the second half including the game-winner with 10 seconds remaining to capture the Northeast-10 Conference Championship in a 3-2 come-from-behind victory against visiting Southern Connecticut State.
In the process, the College of Saint Rose tied a league record with their eighth conference postseason title.
Freshman midfielder Sanna Rein provided the game-winner when she headed home a corner from the left flag that was delivered by senior midfielder Morgan Burchhardt.
Saint Rose came back from a 1-0 halftime deficit by striking twice in the opening 16 minutes of the second half. Senior forward Nina Predanic buried a penalty kick that tied it and freshman forward Olivia Boucher turned her defender in the area and drove home a Burchhardt feed from the right flank to make it 2-1.
Southern Connecticut State afforded the match its second deadlock when back Paula Nunez, a graduate student, lofted a free kick from 35-yards out on the right sideline into the top far corner.
Extra time then appeared to be imminent, but Rein provided the game-winner to grant Saint Rose its title and an automatic berth to the upcoming NCAA Tournament.