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Cowie-Haskell Wesleyan University First Year • Forward • Marshfield,
Cowie-Haskell netted his team-leading fourth goal and second
game-winner of the season in the 95th minute to propel Wesleyan to
a 2-1 victory over previously unbeaten Amherst. Cowie-Haskell fired
a hard, low shot into the net for the golden goal. It ended
Amherst’s 37-game NESCAC unbeaten streak as the three-time
defending NESCAC champs had not dropped a game to a conference foe
in three years.
October 13, 2014
Santos Tufts University Senior • Forward • Framingham,
Santos scored in both of the Jumbos’ crucial NESCAC
victories over the weekend to help Tufts return to the number two
spot in the standings and remain unbeaten in league play. In
Saturday’s 3-1 win against Connecticut College, he tied the
game at 1-1 two minutes after the Camels got on the board. On
Sunday, Santos broke a scoreless tie versus Trinity in the 50th
minute with the eventual game-winning goal.
October 6, 2014
Grady Williams College Senior • Forward • East
Grady registered a pair of double-overtime goals for
Williams last week. On Wednesday, his tally in the 102nd minute
lifted the Ephs past Middlebury, 2-1. On Sunday, he scored with
just 24 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Williams
past Endicott, 1-0.