MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown Colonials fell 9-11 to the Bernards Mountaineers at home on Wednesday night. The game was the last regular season game for the Colonials, whose record is now 14-5.
Morristown came out strong and scored the first goal of the game, however Bernards responded with two of their own. Morristown was not able to regain the lead. Despite being down 5-11 in the second half, the Colonials mounted a comeback, but fell short.
Nicole Ferrara led Morristown's offensive scoring with 3 goals, including her 100th career goal. Annika Begley, Rachel Langenohl, and Callie Sundin all scored 2 goals. Sundin had 3 assists.
Goalie Amelia Drake made 5 saves in the contest.
The Colonials will look to rebound in their first state playoff game this Friday at home at 3:00 pm against Mt. Olive.