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However, Gbandi and his team were unable to get a winning streak going after losing to UNH last night 3-0. The Huskies held the Wildcats to just one goal on five shots on net in the first half, but gave up two more goals in the second half despite outshooting UNH five to two.
NU’s nine shots in the second half is the second most attempts they’ve tallied in a half this season. Bennett had three of Northeastern’s five shots on goal, while freshman goalkeeper Matt Dabrowksi had seven saves during the contest.
The Huskies now will play three Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) teams in a row: University of Delaware, Hofstra University and the College of William & Mary. Gbandi believes they have a real shot at the NCAA tournament this year, but for that to happen, Northeastern has to win their conference.
“Delaware is right around the corner,” Gbandi said. “The CAA games are so important because it’s an opportunity to get into the NCAA tournament, which is something we’re capable of doing, but in order to do that we have to win our league. For us, that’s the most important thing for us this year.
The team’s next game will be against Hofstra on Sept. 24, when the Pride comes to Parsons Field to take on the Huskies.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics