Women’s soccer struggles continue

Last Saturday, the Rams hosted the Bridgewater State Bears for a MASCAC matchup.

Twenty-two minutes into the game defender, Kassidy Campbell, assisted Alana Vincent to start off the Bears scoring.

With four minutes left in the first half, Lauren DeSousa sent a long punt to Amelia Burke. Burke finished it with a chip over the Rams’ goalie.

The Bears finished the first half up by two.

Fifty-three minutes into play, Courtney Pepin got a goal off an assist from Kaitlyn Bongarzone.

Emma Sanders assisted Vincent for her second goal of the match in the 68th minute.

Hannah Kane came close to putting the Rams on the board 71 minutes into the game. But the goalie crashed, and Kane’s shot was cleared by a Bridgewater defender.

With 15 minutes of game time left, Nicole Simas tapped in Burke’s corner-kick, putting the Bears up by five.

The Bears were consistent with scoring and outshot the Rams 32-10.

Kirsten Hansen ended the game with 13 saves in net for the Rams. DeSousa finished the game with four saves, shutting out Framingham.

The Rams hosted the Roger Williams Hawks on Thursday for a non-conference match.

Twenty-one minutes into the game, Morgan Snow fed Kasey Provost a pass, which Provost finished with a goal for Roger Williams.

Nine minutes later, Samantha Woznicki assisted Snow who carried the ball up left field, scoring with a shot inside the far post.

In the 34th minute, Gabbi Rozumek passed to Woznicki who finished with a one-time shot. With seconds left in the half, Woznicki headed Maddie Neri’s corner kick into the goal to put the Hawks up by four.

Less than two minutes into the second half, Woznicki completed her hat trick finishing another corner kick with a header, this time sent in by Provost.

In the 50th minute, Snow got an unassisted goal, to put the Hawks up 6-0.

The Rams came close to scoring 74 minutes in when Caitlyn Our got a shot off the Hawks.

The Hawks outshot the Rams 19-8. In the first half, Hansen got four saves in net.

The losses drop the Rams to 2-6 overall and 0-2 in the MASCAC.

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