INSIDE THE SERIES: - This will be the 11th meeting between the Retrievers and the Terriers.
The Retrievers have a 5-2-3 overall record against the Terriers and are 2-2-0 at home. Two out of the last three meetings between these teams have ended in 0-0 overtime ties, while the Terriers won the other game in 2OT.
The most recent encounter took place just two seasons ago in Baltimore. The game was deadlocked at 0-0 in the 70th minute when a power failure halted the match.
A GLANCE AT THE TERRIERS: St. Francis Brooklyn ended the 2012 season with an overall record of 7-10-1, with a 4-7-0 record on the road. Six of St. Francis Brooklyn’s ten losses last year came by a single goal.
St. Francis Brooklyn opened up their season with a 1-0 loss to the No. 5 UConn Huskies on Aug. 30, but evened their record at 1-1-0 with a 2-1 victory at Navy in the Hampton Inn BWI Classic contest on Sept. 5.
Highly-decorated JR F Kevin Correa led the Northeast Conference last year in points (25), and goals (11). He was named NEC Rookie of the Year, and to the NEC All-Conference First Team in 2012. Correa score the game-winning goal vs. the Mids. SR F Gabriel Bagot also returns for the St. Francis Brooklyn lineup. He led the team with six assists in 2012, and was named to the NEC All-Conference Second Team.
After sitting out all of last season, GK Jack Binks made five saves in the season opener against the Huskies.