Nov 4, 2012, 7:17 PM EDT
The Pride upended UNCW, 2-1, in the match’s second overtime period. Emily Morphitis, Hofstra’s keeper and hero from Friday’s semifinal, picked up Most Outstanding Player honors.
The Dragons held serve at home with a game-winner three minutes into overtime against second-seeded Northeastern. Drexel’s Amanda Fleischut, who scored the Dragons’ first goal of the game and then assisted on the game-winner, logged Most Outstanding honors.
Checkout CAASports.com later this evening and into tomorrow for video recaps from each of the two fall championship finals.
- UNCW Comes From Behind to Capture Men's Golf Championship
- W&M Wins Fourth Consecutive CAA Women's Tennis Championship
- UNCW Captures Sixth CAA Men's Tennis Title In Past Decade
- W&M, JMU Set To Battle For CAA Women's Tennis Championship
- W&M, UNCW Earn Rematch For CAA Men's Tennis Championship
- JMU Holds One Stroke Lead After Exciting #CAAChamps Second Round
- Charleston, W&M, JMU And Elon Advance To Women's Tennis Semifinals
- Drexel Joins Top Three Seeds In CAA Men's Tennis Semifinals
- JMU Leads After First Round of Men's Golf Championship
- CAA Weekend Preview - April 20