Men’s Soccer’s struggles contintue as playoff push nears

The Framingham State Rams traveled to Mass. Maritime to take on the Buccaneers on Oct. 13.

The Rams entered the game with a record of 7-7, sitting at .500.

Josh Arno started in net for the Rams in this game, while Mike Pruchnik manned the net for Maritime.

Jacob Crawford broke the scoreless tie in the 59th minute on a header off a cross from Tyler Haynes to give the Buccaneers the 1-0 lead.

In the 89th minute, James Roland scored on a breakaway to wrap up the game and give Mass. Maritime the 2-0 victory.

Arno held the Buccaneers scoreless in the first half saving all three shots taken on him. Corey Davidge subbed in the second half and took the loss allowing two goals while saving three shots.

Despite the loss, Framingham outshot Mass. Maritime 15-12.

The Rams traveled to Emerson to face off against the Lions on Oct. 17.

In the 16th minute, Ken Stahovish got the game started with a goal assisted by Daniel Hennessey.

The Lions’ Gavin Faucette scored next in the 78th minute to tie the game up.

The game went into double overtime when neither team scored ultimately resulting in a tie.

Emerson outshot Framingham 20-17 in this matchup.

The game was very physical, as evident by the 21 fouls and six yellow cards.

Arno allowed one goal, while making eight saves in the tie to make his record 3-3-1.

The Rams are now 7-8-2 on the season.

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