No. 13 Carnegie Mellon edges No. 12 Brandeis in OT
|St. Scholastica junior Andrew
Jenkins scored the first two goals in the Saints 4-0 win over
Photo by Caleb Williams, d3photography.com
On Friday, the University Athletic Association schedule dominated the Top 25 action, ending the day with a three-way tie for second place in the conference standings.
No. 12 Carnegie Mellon hosted No. 13 Brandeis, and escaped with a 2-1 overtime win, moving into second place at 2-1-0, 9-2-1 overall. In an unusual overtime goal, senior Chris Wysocki sent a cross to the net that was stopped by the keeper, but the rebound was deflected into the net for the Tartan win.
Meanwhile in Chicago, the Maroons upended No. 14 Rochester 2-1, forcing a tie for second place with the Yellow Jackets at 2-1-0. Emory jumped into first place with their 2-0 shutout of NYU, improving to 2-0-1, 9-3-1 overall.
St. Scholastica blanked Northwestern (Minn.) 4-0 to maintain their lead in the UMAC, improving to 9-0-0, and 10-2-2.
In the SUNYAC, No. 22 Brockport placed Oswego State to a scoreless draw, missing an opportunity to move into second place with a win.
|Senior Chris Wysocki's shot
in overtime created the winning goal for the
In women's UAA play, No. 2 Washington U shutout Case Western 2-0 to improve to 3-0-0 and 12-1-0. With the win, the Bears remain on top of the standings. No. 12 Emory held onto second place with a 2-1 defeat of NYU, and No. 17 Carnegie Mellon edged Brandeis 1-0 in overtime. The Judges and the Tartans are tied with Chicago for third place at 1-1-1. The Maroons were 2-1 winners over Rochester.
Texas-Tyler put a scare into No. 11 Hardin-Simmons, forcing overtime before falling 1-0. Hardin-Simmons outshot the Patriots 25-3, but struggled to put one by senior keeper Macy Hurley, who ended with 10 saves.
No. 24 Skidmore edged RIT 2-1 to remain in first place in the Liberty League and unbeaten on the year at 5-0-0 and 10-0-2. William Smith also shares the top spot at 5-0-0, 11-1-0 overall.