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On Sunday, the Huskies honored their 11 seniors in a pregame ceremony. They include Caton Beaulieu, Carina Deandreis, Mackenzie Dowd, Breeana Koemans, Skylar LeBlanc, Krista Meaglia, Jill Quinn, Haley Sinclair, Jenny Sinclair, Kimberly Slade and Nicole Watkins.

NU bested second-ranked James Madison University (JMU) in front of a packed house, clinching the number one seed for the tournament and ensuring that the regular season championship would belong to NU outright. A loss would have meant sharing the title with JMU.

“We really stuck to our game plan,” Phillips said after Sunday’s win. “We’ve talked about being confident in front of the goal, trying to keep the ball and playing at a high tempo. I think we did that today.”

The Huskies were dominant in the first half, and much of the period was spent on the JMU half of the field.

Less than three minutes into the game, NU drew first blood when Hannah Rosenblatt took on two defenders and roped a low, powerful line drive from the left side of the field across the goal inside the right post.

In the 36th minute, redshirt-junior midfielder Taylor Caparo fed Rosenblatt a pass, who blasted the ball into the back of the net for her 11th goal and 26th point of the season, putting the Huskies up 2-0.

Though JMU began to liven up in the second half by putting more pressure on the NU defense than the first half, the Dukes only scored one goal and fell to the number three seed while the Huskies walked away victorious and proud.

“You think about your senior day the whole time you’re here,” Dowd said. “To have it finally come and to win the regular season championship on that day was really the icing on the cake.”

The conference semifinals will take place on Nov. 4 at Parsons Field, and the Huskies’ opponent is yet to be determined.

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics