Field hockey ends season, honors two seniors on senior day

By Richard Tranfaglia

Staff Writer

Framingham State lost its 10th straight game Oct. 20 against Lasell 3-0.

The first half of the game was a defensive struggle between both teams. Lasell had 10 shots on goal but were unable to come up with a score. Framingham’s only shot on net in the first half was turned away by goalkeeper Denise Landry.

In the second half, Lasell finally broke the scoreless game in the 52nd minute when Caitlin Flannery got a pass from Brooke Landry and sent a long strike into the net.

About four minutes later, Brittany Frotier tipped in a shot from Flannery to make it a two goal lead.

Just a minute later, Samantha Taylor  got the ball past Rams goalkeeper Haley Duggan to make it a 3-0 game and ended the scoring for the day.

Lasell outshot Framingham 20-8 with a 13-4 advantage in shots on goal. Duggan recorded 10 saves on the day and Landry made four saves.

The Rams drop to 2-15 on the season.

In the final game of the season, Framingham honored its two seniors in the loss to Keene State.

Team captain and midfielder Kristen Terrien and defender Devan Peterson played their final game for Framingham State on Oct. 22.

The night did not go well for Framingham State as they lost 8-0 to end the season.

Keene State scored the first goal of the game at the 5:06 mark when Kayla Renaud sent a strike passed Duggan.

A minute later, Keene State scored again. This time it was Brittany Cardente scoring to extend the lead to two.

The assault continued as Erica Stauffer scored her first of two goals on the day at the 16:57 mark.

Jensyn Dandeneau got in on the scoring making it a four goal game. Stauffer ended the first half scoring her second goal on the day.

The second half was more of the same for Keene State as they continued to score with ease. Hannah Cook and Nicole Tobin each chipped in a goal adding to the lead.

Dandeneau scored her second goal of the game at the 54:59 mark.

Keene State outshot Framingham State 25-3 with an 18-1 advantage in shots on goal. Duggan made eight saves in the loss and Owls goalkeeper Kendra Lonergan did not have to make a save.

Terrien ends her college career with one shot on goal this season and no goals scored. Peterson contributed one defensive save on the season.

The Rams close out the season at 2-16 and 1-10 in the Little East Conference. 

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