Chae Brangman and his Rhode Island Men’s Soccer teammates and No. 16 New Hampshire battled through 90 minutes of scoreless soccer with Nils Leifhelm making two key saves in the final minutes of regulation to force overtime.
There, the best chance for either side came in the 96th minute when UNH's Andrew Pesci blocked Liam Daley's attempt inside the 6-yard box. New Hampshire recorded the lone shot in double overtime, a 109th-minute attempt which was stopped by Leifhelm.
Jasmine Spence and her Mercer's Women's soccer teammates continued its winning ways with a convincing 6-0 shutout over South Carolina State at Bear Field. The triumph was their fourth consecutive victory.
Mercer got off to a very strong start, taking an early lead in the 10th minute when Ally Fordham crossed one in to Valeria Bermeo who finished in front of the net.
In the 28th minute Mercer were awarded a penalty kick due to a foul in the box. Senior midfielder Emma Chandlee took the kick for Mercer and beat the keeper, firing it into the back of the net.
Shortly thereafter, Brie Pavol headed one into goal, assisted by Spence off of a corner kick in the 29th minute.
In the 34th minute, Madi Johnson rocketed one into the upper corner of the goal from deep, assisted by Jorden Christensen.
Mercer entered the locker room with a 4-0 lead.
Mercer didn't let off the gas as they continued to press for more goals in the second half. That is exactly what they found in the 56th minute when Caroline Smith scored her second goal of the season, heading one in, assisted by Alexius Hill.
In the 83rd minute, Madeline Alhamra earned her first collegiate goal when she curled one past the keeper, assisted by Spence.
Mercer continued to fight for another goal but the score held strong as they earned their fifth shutout of the season, 6-0.
Spence was the woman of the match, creating two goals for Mercer, earning two assists.