Women’s soccer heads to UNH on Sunday

Boston University (3-4) vs. New Hampshire (2-4)
Date and time: Sunday, September 11 | 2 p.m.
Venue: Wildcat Stadium | Durham, NH
Twitter: @BUGameDay | @TerrierWSOC

BOSTON- Playing its penultimate non-conference game of the 2022 season, Boston University’s women’s soccer program travels to New Hampshire on Sunday, September 11. Kick-off is scheduled for 2 p.m.

The game will be the Terriers’ last before the start of Patriot League action next week. BU will face one final non-conference opponent at Harvard next month. This is UNH’s last non-conference tilt before the Wildcats open the America East game.


  • The Terriers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 1-0 triumph over foe A-10 UMass on Thursday (Sept. 8).
  • Second year Morgan Fagan scored his second goal of the season on his own rebound in the 13th minute.
  • senior goalkeeper Gretchen Bennet only needed to make a save, a leaping effort in the 52nd minute to preserve BU’s first shutout of the season.
  • Fagan’s tally was only Terrier’s second unassisted goal this year.
  • The Terriers improved to 2-1 in away games this year. BU allowed two goals on just seven shots on target in those cases.
  • BU has also beaten an A-10 opponent in three straight seasons that have featured non-conference games.
  • In his 13 real games on the road, dating back to the 2020-21 campaign, the Terriers are 8-3-2.
  • BU has a .583 winning percentage when Fagan records a run (3-2-1).
  • Since Oct. 1, 2021, the Terriers have had six shutouts in their last 16 games, allowing just 1.12 goals per game over that streak.
  • Sunday will be the first instance that BU faces a team that plays in a conference the Terriers have faced before this year. BU took on America East opponent UMass Lowell on August 25. The Terriers’ first seven games featured teams from seven different conferences.


  • New Hampshire is 2-4 this season, most recently losing a 1-0 game at Merrimack on Sept. 8.
  • UNH has lost three straight games by scores of 1-0.
  • Five Wildcats have recorded points this year, with Ella Dudley, Alivia Kelly and Maddy Warren finding the back of the net.
  • Cat Sheppard played the majority of minutes in goal for UNH, posting a 1.20 goals-against-average and .800 save percentage.
  • The Wildcats were selected third in the America East preseason poll, receiving a vote for first place, after reaching the America East title game in 2021. The Wildcats went 4-4-1 in conference action this year.


  • Sunday marks the 23rd all-time meeting between BU and UNH in a series that began in 1996 and continued when the teams were rivals from the America East.
  • The Terriers sport an 18-3-1 advantage in the rivalry, having gone 13-0-1 in the last 14 games. In those 14 games, BU only scored three goals.
  • Of these first 22 games, BU lost only once in regular time, on November 6, 1998.
  • The Terriers are 8-1 in Durham, NH, with their only loss on October 4, 2002.
  • In the last game, on September 12, 2021, BU triumphed in a 2-1 result at Nickerson Field. Jenna Oldham scored the first two goals of the match to seal the victory.


  • BU visits Lafayette in their 2022 Patriot League opener on Saturday September 17. Kick-off is scheduled for 2 p.m.

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