The Owls fought early on to stay ahead of Williams College, but ultimately lost 3-1. KSC goalie first-year Rachel Loseby made seven crucial saves that kept the Owls in the game. In the 11th minute of the first-half Loseby was challenged and saved back-to-back shots that were fired from

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Williams offensive player Julia Cochran. Before the 20 minute mark, Williams College had another threatening opportunity when Libby Dolan fired a shot, but sophomore Ally McCall made a defensive save that kept that game at 0-0. At the 21:01, Williams offensive player Meredith Wright hit the ball in after a jumble at the front of the goal. But, the Owls didn’t back down and worked to create offensive opportunities, succeeding at the 35 minute mark. After being awarded a penalty corner just at the end of the first-half, Keene State first year Nina Bruno fired a shot into the net after receiving a back pass from junior Julia Babbitt. As the second-half of the game began, Keene State goalie worked to keep the Owls in the game by making consecutive saves in the first three minutes. But Williams broke through with a goal at the 53:53 mark and another goal at the 59:28 mark, sealing a 3-1 lead over Keene State. Overall, Keene goalie Rachel Loseby made 16 saves that kept the Owls in the game and Nina Bruno earned her 15th goal of the season.

Caroline Perry can be contacted at cperry@kscequinox.com