Down 10-9, the Chippewas got the game-tying goal from Shannon Doyle with 6:21 to play, and then Hamilton scored with 4:33 left to put CMU ahead for good.
The win was CMU’s fifth consecutive, the longest streak in program history, and it lifted the Chippewas to 10-5. CMU plays at Coastal Carolina on Sunday (11 a.m.) in a nonleague game.
Both games this weekend are nonleaguers. The Chippewas go to Detroit Mercy on April 28 in a game that will decide the SoCon regular-season champion. The Titans are 3-1 in league play. The winner will claim the outright regular-season crown and the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament.
Jocelyne Lemay, a junior from Peterborough, Ont., played a central role in road victories over Furman and Wofford as the Chippewas improved to 9-5 and 4-0 in the league.
2.5 hours prior to kickoff
Free and open to the public
Located Between the Rose Ponds