Leopards Fall to Rutgers in a Heartbreaker
Sept. 29, 2013
Easton, Pa. – A late goal from Rutgers’ Katie Champion sealed the Leopards fate in a hard fought game at Rappolt Field on Sunday afternoon. Lafayette fell in heartbreaking fashion, as the Scarlet Knights came away with a 2-1 win on a goal late in the second half. Lafayette dropped to 3-6, while Rutgers improved to 4-5.
Kristin Heaney found the back of the net in the 14th minute after receiving a pass from Kelsey Gula in the circle and firing a shot past the Rutgers goalie. Five minutes later, Sarah Regn tied the score at one on a shot from the outside that she deflected on the way through the circle. The Leopards outshot the Scarlet Knights 6-1 with four shots on frame in the first half.
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