Dayton Domination
Linnea Faccenda tied a school record with three assists
Oct. 12, 2017

Box Score

DAYTON, Ohio - Linnea Faccenda tied a school record by setting up all three of Duquesne's goals in their 3-1 victory at Dayton on Thursday night. Katie O'Connor scored two times -- including the game winner and Deena DeBaldo recorded her first career goal in the win.

HOW IT HAPPENED
• The last Dukes player to record a three assist match was Heather Border on Nov. 2, 1996
• O'Connor has scored a goal in four consecutive matches
Kyra Murphy stopped three shots for her 29th career win, which ties the program record
• With the win, head coach Al Alvine has tied the program record with his 50th victory

STAT OF THE GAME
• Nine of Duquesne's 15 shot were on goal

COACH ALVINE QUOTE
"We talked about the importance of having a strong start, especially on the road. We couldn't have asked for more, especially getting a goal in the first couple of minutes. I give credit to Dayton, they came out with a lot of energy in the second half and put us under a lot of pressure. I was really proud of our response to their equalizer. We scored a great second goal to go back up and then killed the game off with a third. Our group is showing a lot of character and composure in difficult situations which is so important as we head into the home stretch."

 

 

UP NEXT
• 10/15 UMass (Senior Day)
• 10/19 St. Bonaventure
• 10/22 at George Washington

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