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    Stony Brook women’s soccer falls to No. 20 Boston University

    Boston University continued their unbeaten run in America East conference play, beating Stony Brook 2-0 and dropping the Seawolves to a 2-3-1 record.

    Sa’sha Kershaw had a chance inside the box at the 13th minute after a well-placed long ball from Taryn Schoenbeck, but was denied by Boston’s Alice Binns, one of her five saves on the night.

    In the 42nd minute, Boston’s Jamie Turchi scored off of a cross after the ball was mishandled by a Stony Brook defender.

    Early in the second half, Boston’s Lina Cords fired a hard volley 28 yards out and beat Stony Brook’s Chelsea Morales to make it 2-0.

    Boston University outshot Stony Brook 18-9 in the game.

    Stony Brook’s Caitlin Pfeiffer took a knock late in the game and had to be substituted. After the game, head coach Sue Ryan said she was unsure of her status.

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