NEW PALTZ — SUNY New Paltz lost a rough and tumble women’s soccer contest, 3-0, to Brockport on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field.
Brockport scored three unanswered goals in the second half for the win. Meghan McCabe converted a rebound shot with an assist from Meghan Bishop at 54:41, Courtney Brodt took a pass from Kerri-Ann Murphy at 66:01 and Kim Hoyt beat New Paltz goalkeeper Laura Neander high to the far side with just under two minutes left in the game.
Neander made 12 saves in a losing effort for the Hawks, while counterpart Angel Milewski stopped six shots for Brockport.
The (5-3-1 overall) Hawks, ranked 10th in the latest NSCAA/Adidas New York/Northeast Region poll, dropped their first SUNYAC match of the season, and failed to score for only the second time this season.
New Paltz is at sixth-ranked Union College at 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
COLLEGIATE WOMEN’S SOCCER
Brockport 3, New Paltz 0
Brockport 0 3 — 3 New Paltz 0 0 — 0
1st Half: none. 2nd Half: B – Meghan McCabe (Meghan Bishop) 54:41; B – Courtney Brodt (Kerri-Ann Murphy) 66:01; B – Kim Hoyt (Jessica Frey) 88:11. Shots on Goal: B 22, NP 11. Corner Kicks: B 3, NP 1. Goalie Saves: B (Angel Milewski) 6, NP (Laura Neander) 12. Team Records: Brockport 4-3-1 overall, 2-1-1 SUNYAC. New Paltz 5-3-1 overall, 2-1-1 SUNYAC.