December 6, 2022
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Côté’s Career Day Secures Draw With Drexel

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PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Despite a strong offensive performance, the Stony Brook women’s soccer program was held to a 4-4 draw against Drexel on Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia. Drexel’s first goal came in the first minute of play, when Gabrielle Perrotto shot the ball to the bottom left corner of Nicolette Pasquarella’s net in the 29th second of play. 

Stony Brook answered quickly in the third minute, with freshman forward Gabrielle Côté sending her shot into the bottom right corner of the net, marking her first career goal. 

Freshman forward Luciana Setteducate added a second goal in the second half of the match, assisted by junior forward Reilly Rich

The Seawolves third scoring opportunity came when freshman forward Hannah Maracina capitalized on a chaotic sequence in front of the goal and knocked the ball past Drexel’s goalkeeper in the 81st minute. 

Côté’s second goal of the day came as a last minute thriller as she headed the ball into the net with five seconds remaining in the match. 

 

STATS AND NOTES

  • Côté’s goals are the first two of her career as a Seawolf. She is the final member of the freshman class to record a first-career goal this season

  • Setteducate tallied her second goal of the season after scoring her first career goal LIU on August 28th. 

  • Rich, Linn Beck, Rachael Peters, and Kerry Pearson each added an assist. 

  • Pasquarella recorded six saves while in net for the Seawolves. 

UP NEXT

The Seawolves return home on Thursday, October 13th for a 6 p.m. kickoff against CAA opponent College of Charleston. 

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