Eva Frazzoni’s sophomore forward Karmyn Carter teammate headed home a corner kick from sophomore midfielder Victoria Barris four minutes into the second extra session to propel The College of Saint Rose to a 3-2 triumph at Northeast-10 Conference rival Bentley.
In the process, the College of Saint Rose extended their win streak to three matches and improved to 5-0 on the road this fall.
Saint Rose scored twice in the first half, but Bentley struck in the opening four minutes of the second stanza and then deadlocked the match with less than seven minutes remaining.
Freshman forward Theresa Durle recorded her first collegiate strike with a mere 1:41 gone by to get Saint Rose on the board. Barris made it 2-0 at the 24:48 junction when she finished a back pass from sophomore midfielder Frazzoni.
However, sophomore midfielder Kelly Donlon got Bentley going when she touched home a cross from senior forward Peyton Kent four minutes into the second period. Junior midfielder Carly Kohler then leveled it for Bentley with seven minutes remaining in regulation after she drove home a low shot to the far post from 12-yards out.
Sophomore keeper Marika Laurendeau recorded four of her six saves after halftime for Saint Rose, while freshman Kat Hassapis entered at the onset of the second half to register a pair of saves for the College of Saint Rose.