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UConn Sports Roundup, September 17th

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Men’s Soccer:
The Huskies defeated the Boston University Terriers 1-0. The game against the unranked home team was tightly contested throughout before Allando Matheson scored his first career goal to put the Huskies up for good. Over the last few year, Boston University has given us a lot of trouble so this is a good win. Next up, we travel to Boston College to face the Eagles at 7:30 PM on Tuesday night. That game is available on WHUS org streaming videos on bceagles.com. Read the officicial press release on the game here.
Football: The Huskies suffered a disappointing loss 24-20 to the visiting Iowa State Cyclones to fall to 1-2 on the season. We had a lot of chances but couldn’t capitalized, pretty much the same story as the Vanderbilt game. If we keep playing like this it could be a long year. We have a week non-conference schedule and have Buffalo and Western Michigan remaining. If we can win both of those games we only need to go 3-4 in Big East play to make a bowl game. That’s certainly doable. But we have to improve our ability to capitalize on our opportunities.
Women’s Volleyball: The Huskies opened the Hokie Classic with a 3-0 sweep of Chatanooga to improve to 7-4 on the season. Next up they will take on Virginia today at 1:00 PM and host Virginia Tech at 7:00 PM. Then, the Huskies will open up Big East play with a road trip to Cincinnati and Louisville.
Field Hockey: The #4 Huskies open up Big East play tonight at noon against unranked Villanova then will host Boston College on Sunday at 2:00 PM. Both games can be seen live on Huskies All-Access. The Huskies can move up in the rankings with a win thanks to a loss by #1 UNC to #2 Old Dominion. So this is a big weekend.
 
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And Field Hockey gets off to a tremendous start in Big East play, hammering Villanova 6-0. Chloe Hunnable got two goals, Ali Blenkemeyer scored a pair as well, an Marie Ellene Bolles and Jestine Angelini each added one. Huskies are 1-0 in Big East play. Big game against BC tomorrow before traveling to Providence and hosting UMass and Louisville. The Cards were expected to be one of the favorites to win the Big East but have struggled out of the gate.
 
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