Petito led the Mountaineers to the biggest upset of the season in the Northeast Conference on Sunday. She made 14 saves to lead a stifling defensive performance against Bryant, which owns the NEC's top scoring offense, for a 12-6 victory. The Bulldogs, who average 15.1 goals per game, took a 6-4 lead with 2:22 left in the first half before the Mountaineers shut them out the rest of the way. Petito posted a .700 save percentage in the game against the defending NEC champions. The win gave the Mountaineers (10-6) their first 10-win season since 2007, the last time they won the NEC regular season. They will be the fourth seed for the tournament and face a rematch with Bryant in Thursday's semifinals. Petito, a Stephen Decatur graduate, also made six saves and had three caused turnovers in a 16-5 win over Central Connecticut on Friday. Her .561 save percentage ranks secondin the nation and her 8.51 goals-against average is fourth.