NEWPORT, R.I. - Junior midfielder Sean McAllister scored two goals to lead the Salve Regina University men's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Framingham State University in the quarterfinal round of the ECAC championships this afternoon at blustery Brother Reynolds Field.
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The Seahawks dictated the action most of the afternoon, outshooting Framingham State by a 17-7 margin, putting 11 of those shots on Rams goalkeeper Greg Halle. Salve Regina sophomore Devin O'Gorman recorded two saves for the tournament's third seed.
McAllister took six shots for the Seahawks, while junior striker Christopher Knoth tallied four.
Behind 1-0 in the second half, Framingham State tied the game at the 76:24 mark when Scott Faria picked up a rebound and scored. O'Gorman stopped a shot by Christopher Wilkins, but couldn't get back in time to stop Faria's rebound shot.
The Seahawks answered immediately when McAllister notched the game-winner at the 78-minute mark.
Pictured: After forcing a turnover at midfield, McAllister (7) beats Framingham State goalkeeper Greg Halle to put Salve Regina ahead 1-0 in the game's opening minutes.
Salve Regina's junior midfielder Nicodemo Camarda (26) battles Framingham State's Romulo Carvalho (15) for possession during first half action.