Junior Chae Brangman netted his team-leading sixth goal of the season as Rhode Island drew 2-2 with Davidson.
Brangman has now registered either a goal or an assist in each of Rhody's four A-10 games, and leads the team with 15 points on six goals and three assists.
Rhode Island struck first, getting on the board midway through the first half when Brangman roofed in a loose ball off a corner kick by Dominik Richter.
Davidson responded with a pair of second-half goals however, both off set pieces just outside the box. They first evened the score in the in the 59th minute when Jordan Hill headed in a free kick by Hunter Howard. Davidson then pulled ahead at the 74:01 mark on a John Dale goal off assists from both Hill and Cort Coxhead.
With time winding down in regulation, Rhode Island continued to apply the pressure in Davidson's defensive third. Rhode Island eventually equalized with just 25 seconds left on the clock when Richter buried a loose ball inside the box.
Rhode Island outshot Davidson 9-2 in the overtime periods, with their best chance coming in the 107th minute when Davidson's Sam Bissett stopped a point blank shot from Stavros Zarokostas. Five of Bissett's seven saves on the night came in extra time.
Four goals and three saves were the recipe for success in Justin Donawa and his Dartmouth Menís Soccer teammates 4-0 win over Penn.
Led by senior Eduvie Ikoba, who scored two goals, the Dartmouth attacking offense, paired with strong defense and keeper Christopher Palacios who had three saves, was able to notch on another conference win.
Ikoba struck early in the fifth minute of play, scoring on a shot inside the box on a pass from freshman Dawson McCartney. That was the only goal of the first half as neither team scored again in the first period.
In the 57th minute, senior Tyler Dowse received a pass from sophomore Henry Balwdin and dribbled to the net, pulling out the Penn keeper and passing defenders. The keeper and a defender had to avoid each other giving Dowse plenty of room and an open net, where he scored the second goal of the game.
McCartney found himself in position to score with only eight minutes left in the game, sending the ball between a defenderís legs and across the line into the net. The Voorhees, N.J. native extended the lead and also scored his first collegiate goal in the 81st minute.
Two minutes later, junior Donawa lined up for a corner kick and placed the ball right in Ikobaís range, who headed it into the net scoring the fourth goal.
Eva Frazzoni and her College of Saint Rose teammates rallied from a 2-1 deficit with three unanswered goals throughout the final 19 minutes to upend visiting Northeast-10 Conference rival Saint Anselm 4-2.
Four different players scored for Saint Rose including junior midfielder Sophia Constantine who had a goal and an assist. Senior back Totianyu Guadalupe, sophomore midfielder Deanna Trongone, and sophomore forward Caitlyn Dabagian also found the back of the net.
Trongoneís goal what proved to be the game-winner came when she finished a cross off the foot of sophomore midfielder Frazzoni.