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The Hawks out-performed the Huskies in nearly every aspect of the game, leading the way in shots on goal (8-0) and in overall shots (14-7). After going nearly two years without being beaten at home, the Huskies have now lost three contests at Parsons Field and are just 4-3 at home in Brookline.
Moving forward, the Huskies will have 10 days off before they close out their season with a pair of conference matchups against the College of Charleston on Nov. 2 and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington on Nov. 6. With a successful end to the season, Northeastern could ultimately host the conference championship tournament after securing the league’s best record.
“The good news is, I don’t think it can get any worse than it was tonight,” Ainscough said.