The win is the second consecutive for the Warriors who improve to 7-5-1 overall and even their Little East Conference record to 2-2 overall. Southern Maine drops its fifth straight game to stand at 2-10-1 and remains winless in Little East Conference action at 0-4.
After a scoreless first half, D'Agata broke through for the Warriors in the 59th minute rallying the Warrior who would score all three of their goals in a seven-minute span. D'Agata netted her first collegiate goal carrying the ball down the left side of the field and fired off a shot from the top corner of the box to beat Southern Maine junior goalkeeper Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) to the far post.
Eastern Connecticut gained a 2-0 advantage in the 63rd minute when the Huskies' registered an own goal. Warrior freshman Maggie Bodington (Stratford, Conn.) set up the play with a dangerous indirect kick into traffic in front of the goalmouth. A Southern Maine defender attempted to clear the ball out of the air but it sailed high into the net. The Warriors tallied the final goal of the game for the 3-0 final as sophomore Haley Stewart (Windham, Conn.) hit a well-struck ball to the far post in the 67th minute.
Eastern Connecticut junior goalkeeper Rachel Skelton (East Lyme, Conn.) made one save in 73:53 of action to earn the win for the Warriors. She was relieved by freshman Katie Dadio (Hamden, Conn.) for the final 16:07 who did not make a save. Temple made 14 saves for Southern Maine as the Warriors held an 18-1 advantage in shots.
Southern Maine faces the University of New England in an away game for its next contest on Tuesday (6:30 p.m.). Eastern Connecticut travels to Trinity (Conn.) on Wednesday (4:00 p.m.) for its next game.