NEW LONDON, Conn.--Williams College sophomore midfielder Kit Rosen (Longmeadow, Mass.) scored 2:14 into the seven-on-seven situation in overtime to lift the Ephs to a 2-1 victory against Connecticut College.
Williams improved its record to 5-2 with a 3-1 mark in the NESCAC. The Camels fell to 3-5 with an 0-4 record in conference action.
Rachel Brisette (Larchmont, N.Y.) assisted on the game-winner to help the Ephs cash in on their 17th penalty corner of the game.
Annie VanWagenen (Rye, N.Y.) scored with 30 seconds left to force the extra session for the visitors.
Margaret Draper (Belmont, Mass.) made 12 saves to earn the victory in the cage.
Connecticut College sophomore Bryn McGillivray (Westwood, Mass.) supplied her third score of the season in the second half.
Sophomore Ryley van der Velde (Louisville, Ky.) made eight saves in another strong performance in the goal for the hosts.
Connecticut College held a 13-to-10 advantage on the shot chart. But Williams owned a 17-to-5 edge on corners.
The Camels hosted a Play 4 the Cure Game Saturday against Williams.
Play4theCure is partnered with the National Foundation for Cancer Research to raise funds for breast cancer awareness. The Connecticut College field hockey program recognizes the importance of bringing teams, family and friends together to help fight breast cancer and build awareness. The Camels used their passion and love of the game to play for and honor those affected by breast cancer.