In the final six minute, however, the Lady Terriers was determined to score, creating their best offensive pressure in the game, which produced two corners and a Megan LeBeau shot that rang off the left post. And although they couldn't net a goal, the effort put forth in those final few moments personifies this team; working hard and never giving up until the final whistle.
"It was a good win for us because we never take the Terriers lightly," coach Bindy Hathorn said after the game. "We were a little flat early on, but as the game went along our passing got better and better and overall, I though our defense was tremendous. We been working on our defensive conditioning and making sure we circle back, and that showed through today."
The Cosmos finished with 10 total corners and 13 shots on goal, while Bellows Falls finished with six corners and two shots on goal. "I couldn't ask for much more than I get from these girls," coach Coursen said. "They know they are fighting an uphill battle every game with no substitutes on the bench, but work hard for 60 minutes and when the game is over, they don't get down on themselves."