Sept. 11, 2011
BC Box Score
Chestnut Hill, MA -
Boston College senior Jillian Mastroianni picked up her fifth shutout of the season to give her the new Eagles program record of 38 in a 4-0 victory over Colgate in front of 507 fans on Sunday afternoon at the Newton Soccer Field.
Mastroianni earned the save with two saves, including a tip over the crossbar off a header in the first half. She now has a win-loss record of 53-17-7.
A native of Durham, Conn. Mastroianni also holds the single season record for shutouts with 14, which she accomplished as a sophomore.
Boston College got on the board early as sophomore Patrice Vettori headed in a beautiful ball in the box from Kristen Mewis. It was Vettori's second goal of the season. It was the third assists of the season for Mewis.
A minute later, senior Julia Bouchelle gave BC a 2-0 lead. After a corner kick to the short corner from Vettori, Bouchelle one-timed the ball by the Colgate goalkeeper Ashley Walsh (eight saves). It was Bouchelle's first goal of the season.
At the half, Boston College out shot Colgate, 13-3 while both teams had four corner kicks.
The second half Kristie Mewis scored the first of two when she ran onto a beautiful long ball from freshman Casey Morrison. Mewis, with two Colgate defenders on her back, calmly placed a left-footed shot by Walsh for a 3-0 BC lead at 49:50.
Mewis put BC up 4-0 when she one-time a perfectly placed pass from Victoria DiMartino to the far post at 68:02.
BC's Alaina Beyar and Jillian Mastroianni played the full 90 minutes. The two seniors have played every minute of every game this season.
The two goals by Kristen Mewis was the first time a BC player has scored multiple goals since Brooke Knowlton had tow vs. West Virginia in the NCAA Tournament.
BC head coach Alison Foley picked up another victory to give her 197 career victories, just three away from 200.
Boston College will host Dartmouth on Wednesday, September 18 at the Newton Soccer Field at 4 p.m.