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Radis made it 8-6 when she finished off a spinning, ducking penetration with an unassisted tally at , and Maciewicz converted a free-position shot with 42.5 seconds left in the half for a 9-6 lead at the break.Maciewicz scored again to open the second half at the mark, but Jess Chukwu answered less than a minute later on a Mc Carthy assist, and the Cardinals stayed within three goals of Bates or fewer until O’Neill scored the second of back-to-back unassisted goals to make it 14-10 with remaining in the game.
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Dannis won the crucial ensuing draw control for Bates, but the Bobcats turned the ball over with under a minute left, allowing Wesleyan the chance to tie. Maggie Drowica and Abby Sedney combined for 10 saves: four for Drowica in the first half and six for Sedney in the second.
But the Cardinals were unable to get off a shot to equalize the game as Bates played swarming defense over the final 45 seconds. The Bobcats next play another NESCAC game at Tufts University on Wednesday at p.m.
Senior Molly Radis (Peaks Island, Maine) and first-year Jenn Brallier (Chambersburg, Pa.) added two goals and one assist apiece, and sophomore Jenna Dannis (Milford, N.
H.) also scored twice for the Bobcats while causing six turnovers.