The Broncos goalkeeper Kate Perz continued to dominate in the net but unfortunately gave up the only goal of the game in the Broncos 1-0 loss in the 47th minute. New Hampshire's Lia Barros headed in a shot off a corner kick that gave New Hampshire the lead.
"We came out flat in the second half and they put a lot of pressure on us," said head coach Mike Haines." New Hampshire out-shot the Broncos 12-8. Coach Haines went on to say, "We gave them too many opportunities for the corners. I thought we finished the game pretty strong and had some chances, but couldn't tie the game."
Two Broncos made the All-Tournament team. Chantal Robinson and Katie Ruzinsky played important roles in the Broncos 2-0 win on Friday over host Vermont. But the Broncos ended up finishing the tournament 1-1.
The Broncos continue their road trip this Friday when they travel across the state to take on Oakland University for a 4:00pm non-conference game. The Broncos first home game is on September 11 against DePaul.
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