"The back four played well, said Quinnipiac Head Coach Dave Clarke. "So, it's disappointing. We should have came back, but we never gave ourselves that chance.
In the first half of the game, Robert Morris scored its first goal in the 26th minute by Tesa McKibben for her tenth goal of the season. The goal was assisted by Haleigh Dunyon.
Robert Morris went on to score their next goal in the 51st minute of play. The goal was scored by Quinnipiac in its own net and was assisted by McKibben. The last goal was scored by McKibben for her second goal of the game and was assisted by Ba Maros de Carvalho.
Overall, the Bobcats took 12 shots, while Saint Francis took 13. Junior Jillian Kelley (Simsbury, Conn.) made five saves on the game, while Lauren Fearer made nine saves for the Red Flash.
The Bobcats travel to Robert Morris for a conference match-up on Sunday, Oct. 17. The game will be held at the North Athletic Complex in Moon Township, Pa. at 1:00 p.m.