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Holy Cross refused to go down lightly after the goal, though. Thuresson and the defense had their hands full in the second half, facing 11 shots from the Crusaders. Thuresson made two saves on the night, and the defense blocked or averted several shots from the Holy Cross attack. Northeastern countered with six shots of its own in the last 45 minutes, but neither team was able to further themselves on the score sheet. The victory is Northeastern’s second in four games, putting its record at 2-9-2.
With only two CAA games left on the schedule, the Huskies need positive results in hopes of a playoff berth. The first of the two games comes this Saturday against the College of Charleston, Northeastern’s Senior Night. Northeastern then travels to Chapel Hill for a non-conference matchup against the University of North Carolina Tar Heels before its CAA regular season finale at Drexel University.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics