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HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS

LATE WINNER
Holy Cross downs BU, 1-0
BOSTON -- Featuring five defenders in the backline, Holy Cross withstood 21 shot attempts and used a successful counter attack in the 88th minute to defeat the Boston University men's soccer team, 1-0, on Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.
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HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS RECENT NEWS

TWO MORE FOR SPENCER
Holy Cross frosh leads 2-1 win at Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. Freshman Ally Spencer scored two goals, including the game-winner in the last minute of the second overtime session, to lead Holy Cross to a 2-1 victory over Bryant

BEST IN NATION
Holy Cross frosn Spencer had quite a week

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Holy Cross freshman forward Aly Spencer has been named the NCAA Division I Women's Player of the Week by the NSCAA.


LATE WINNER
Holy Cross downs BU, 1-0

BOSTON -- Featuring five defenders in the backline, Holy Cross withstood 21 shot attempts and used a successful counter attack in the 88th minute to defeat the Boston University men's soccer team, 1-0, on Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.

HOLY CROSS, QUINNIPIAC DRAW
Teams play to a 0-0 tie

HAMDEN, Conn. -- The Holy Cross women's soccer team played to a 0-0 tie against Quinnipiac in double overtime on Sunday afternoon at the QU Soccer Field. Both the Crusaders and the Bobcats advance their records to 0-3-1 overall.

WAGNER DROPS HOLY CROSS WOMEN
Crusaders fall, 2-0, on Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. A pair of first half goals by Amanda Sieferman and Samantha Jensen helped propel Wagner to a 2-0 triumph over Holy Cross in non-conference women's soccer action on Sunday afternoon at Hameline Field. With the win, the Seahawks improve to 3-0-0 on the season, while the Crusaders slip to 0-2-0.

THE LATE LATE SHOW
Hartford edges Holy Cross on 87th minute winner

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Hartford senior forward David Bernhardsson scored the game-winning goal in the 87th minute to lead the Hawks to a season-opening 1-0 victory over Holy Cross in non-conference men's soccer action Friday evening at Alumni Stadium. With the win, Hartford begins the 2013 campaign at 1-0-0, while the Crusaders fall to 0-1-0 to start the season.

MURPHEE'S LAW
Two goals lead Lehigh over Holy Cross

BETHLEHEM, Pa. Murphee Greeley scored the first and final goals as Lehigh rolled past Holy Cross 4-0 on Saturday.

CRUSADERS CLEAN UP
Late goal lift Holy Cross over Bryant

WORCESTER, Mass. A second half goal by Josh Cintas gave Holy Cross a 1-0 win over Bryant on Wednesday.

Holly Cross Crusaders News Archive
MEN
WOMEN
Stadium: Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium
Team Colors: Royal Purple
Men's Head Coach:

Marco Koolman

Women's Head Coach:

Darren Gallagher

Conference: Patriot League
Team Web Site: www.goholycross.com
 
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