The Framingham State Rams traveled to Bridgewater to match up against the Bears at Swenson Field.
Francisco Silveira started the scoring for Bridgewater in the 49th minute, off an assist from Filipe Gomes.
Framingham forward Isaac De Souza scored an unassisted goal next, to tie the game up in the 56th minute of the second half.
The game went into overtime tied at one apiece. De Souza scored again to win the game off an assist from Ken Stahovish and Justin Hansen in the 94th minute. This would mark De Souza’s 10th goal in nine games and his third game-winning goal of the season. Stahovish added to his solid season of assists with his eighth in nine games.
Josh Arno started in net for the Rams allowing one goal and saving five. He was replaced by Corey Davidge, who picked up the win, allowing no goals and saving one shot, making his record 1-2 on the season.
Riding a two-game win streak, the Framingham State Rams hosted Pine Manor College on Sept. 27.
Jose Corrales started the scoring for Pine Manor off an assist from Alan Zamora.
Scott Christensen scored the first goal of the game for the Rams in the 21st minute, off an assist from Stahovish.
De Souza scored next in the 30th minute assisted by Stahovish.
Akeem Bucknor scored for the Rams in the 42nd minute to give them a 3-1 lead.
Samuel Solano gave Pine Manor another goal in the 45th minute, off an assist from Kevin Chavez.
Stahovish scored a goal of his own in the 73rd minute, assisted by Pedro Santos.
Pine Manor forwardAkheem Thompson struck in the 86th minute, off an assist by Andree Hernandez as he would cut the lead to one, but the Gators did not score again, giving the Rams the 4-3 victory.
Davidge picked up the win in net for the Rams. He saved 13 shots while allowing three goals.