Freshman defender Brendan D’Arcy of West Hartford played all 110 minutes when the Warriors tied Keene State College, 1-1, in double overtime Saturday in their only match of the week.With Darcy in the backfield, Eastern only allowed six balls to reach net, with Keene’s goal coming on a direct kick. One of only two freshman regulars in the Eastern lineup, D’Arcy has started ten matches and averages 77.2 minutes per game. Eastern has allowed an average of only six balls to reach the net this year and has given up an average of only 1.07 goals per match.
Eastern (7-6-1, 1-3-1 LEC) enters the final two weeks of the regular season in seventh place in the conference, four points behind Keene State, which has eight points and rests in the fourth and final playoff spot. In their final LEC contests, the Warriors visit defending champion UMass Boston Saturday at 4 p.m. and Southern Maine Oct. 28 at 2:30 p.m.