RHODE ISLAND (0-14-1, 0-6-1 A-10)
Starters: Brennan (GK), D'Anna, Haggerty, Bike, Elworthy, Bentick, Osmanski, Schafer, Sengphilom, Goncalves, Brodeur
Substitutes: Waldron, Robbins, Reilly, Ludviksdottir, Pignatelli
ST. BONAVENTURE (1-11-4, 1-6-0 A-10)
Starters: Malcom (GK), Marrero, Foltz, LaCouture, Verza, Jarvis, Thompson, Scruggs, Sousa-Sampson, Mason, Terwilliger
Substitutes: LaBarbera, Marrison, Marra, Brussel, Williams, May, Kunkle, Collins, Hoffbauer
39:50 - SBU - LaBarbera (Marra)
56:57 - SBU - Marrero (unassisted)
87:22 - URI - Schafer (D'Anna)
How it Happened
Rhode Island (0-14-1, 0-6-1 A-10) fell to St. Bonaventure (1-11-4, 1-6-0 A-10) 2-1 Wednesday night at the URI Soccer Complex. The Bonnies found the back of the net once in each half while keeping Rhode Island off the board until the 88th minute.
Isabelle LaBarbera first put SBU on the board in the 40th minute, off an assist by Bella Marra. Mariah Marrero doubled the lead at the 56:57 mark, scoring an unassisted goal to make it 2-0.
Rhode Island finally found the back of the net in the final minutes of regulation, when Amanda Schafer scored off a setup from Rebecca D'Anna, but it was too little too late as the Bonnies held on for the 2-1 victory.
Inside the Box Score
- Freshman Amanda Schafer registered her first career goal in the loss while classmate Rebecca D'Anna collected her team-leading fourth assist of the season.
- D'Anna also led all players with three shots on goal, all of which were stopped by St. Bonaventure's Lauren Malcom.
- Malcom finished with seven saves on the night. At the opposite end of the field, Rhody's Haley Brennan stopped four of the six shots she faced.
- URI had a slight edge in total shots (14-12) and shots on goal (8-6).
- The Rams also held the advantage in corner kicks at 4-1.
The Rams return to the URI Soccer Complex on Sunday afternoon when they host Saint Joseph's at 1 p.m. Prior to the match, Rhode Island's seven seniors - Madison Waldron, Alexa Elworthy, Emily Wakeford, Michaela Brodeur, Haley Brennan, Giovanna Mandarini, and Sofia Cabral - will be recognized.