Sept. 26, 1998  

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Trinity 3, Bates 2 (OT)

Bates (0-3)     0   2   0   2
Trinity (4-0)   1   1   1   3

Scoring: T, 1, 33:20 Camilla Love (Nancy Dwyer). B, 2, 10:19, Rosie
Lenehan (Kim Holzer). T, 2, 2:25, Heather Standring (Dwyer). B, 2, 0:35,
Carlin Aloe (Lenehan). T, OT, 5:52 Whitney Scarlett.

Goalies: B, Peggy Ficks 26 SV, 3 GA.; T, Melissa Church 13 SV, 2 GA.

Shots: T, 30-14.

Penalty Corners: T, 4-1.

The Bobcats got on the board for the first time this season, but came up just short against one of the top teams in the nation, losing 3-2 in overtime to Trinity.

After the Bantams got on the board in the first half, senior Rosie lenehan (Concord, N.H.) broke the Bobcats' five-period scoring drought with just over 10 minutes remaining in the game. Junior Kim Holzer (Adams, Mass.) had the assist. Trinity looked to wrap up a win with a goal at 2:32 left, but sophomore Carlin Aloe (Pittsburgh, Pa.) scored the equalizer on an assist from Lenehan with just 35 seconds left in regulation. The Bantams notched the game-winner with 5:52 left in the game.

Sophomore goalkeeper Peggy Ficks (Washington, Conn.) was kept the game close in goal, making 26 saves, one short of her career high 27, which came against Trinity last season.

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