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Carlson and Pryor led the team against Drexel, each posting three shots and a goal. Junior goalkeeper Becky Garner stopped five shots for NU.

Facing a strong BU team on Sunday, the Huskies battled hard but lost in overtime to the No. 17 Terriers.

Again, NU found itself fighting from behind after letting up goals to junior forward Taylor Blood and senior midfielder Sofi Laureto of BU.

The Huskies went on to score two goals in a 6-minute span late in the second half, forcing the game into overtime.

Freshman forward Laura MacLachlan, who came in as a substitute, scored the first goal of the game for NU, which was also the first of her collegiate career. Shortly after, Abreu tied the score at two on a penalty shot. The score stayed knotted until the end of regulation.

In overtime, the Huskies were outshot 4-0, and the game came to an end when BU senior back Rachel Coll beat Garner early in the extra period.

Garner made six saves, and the team pushed a highly ranked BU team to its limit, nearly stealing a win.

Head Coach Cheryl Murtagh found positives from the weekend despite the losses.

“The way the team played, the goals they’ve scored, all good things,” she said. “They’ve been stepping up.”

The Huskies have now tallied 11 goals in their last four contests, compared to just seven in their first eight games.

Murtagh cited the move of Natalie Stewart up to forward and the improved performance of the defense as the major reasons for the team’s increase in offensive production.

Looking ahead, Murtagh said that putting forth another strong set of games will give the team a “good chance to get into the [CAA] tournament.”

The Huskies look to get their first conference win next weekend. The team will travel to Virginia to match up with the College of William & Mary on Friday and James Madison University on Sunday.

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics