ROSEDALE, Md. -- The Knights defeated the Cougars of Frederick Community College 4-1 last night at CCBC Essex Stadium in come-from-behind fashion for its third consecutive victory.
Frederick freshman forward Asia Owen scored 6:22 into the contest to give the Cougars an early 1-0 lead.
"That first goal [the defense] played the ball back to goalie Hannah [Burrows] and she did not know it was coming," said Knights' sophomore defender, and tri-captain, Ashley Hallameyer (Eastern Technical). "After that, we talked a lot more on defense and got wider."
Burrows, a sophomore netminder and converted defensive player, finished the game with seven saves.
The adjustment paid off in the 38th minute of play when Regalbuto scored on a cross from Sarah Brantley (Eastern Technical) to tie the game at one.
Just over 15 minutes into the second half, sophomore tri-captain Rachel Rossi (Havre de Grace) scored unassisted to give the Knights (3-2) its first lead of the game.
"I think we finally got it," Greenstein said of her team's play. "We started off with some tough games [against Lewis and Clark and Community College of Rhode Island], but I think last weekend helped our confidence and helped get our rhythm down."
The weekend Greenstein spoke of was Sept. 3-4 and saw the Knights defeat Mercyhurst North East (3-1) and Niagara County Community College (10-0) on the road for its first two wins of the season.
Greenstein tallied four goals and four assists on the trip.
"When we play together, we play very well," Holland said. "
The Knights will continue its home stand tomorrow as it hosts Anne Arundel Community College. Game time is 4:30 p.m.
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*Grant Evans contributed to this article.