Framingham State took on Eastern Connecticut State in a road matchup on March 24.
The Rams opened up the scoring just 5 minutes into the game. Grace Gamache scored the goal unassisted to put Framingham up 1-0.
Three minutes later, the Rams struck again. Hanna McMahon scored unassisted to make it a 2-0 game.
Morgan Begley added another goal for Framingham to give the Rams a commanding 3-0 lead just 12 minutes into the game. Begley scored off an assist from Kimmy Foley.
Just a minute later, the Warriors cut into the deficit as Maddie Bodington scored off an assist from Katie Burke to make it 3-1.
The Rams would soon respond, scoring four unanswered goals in a 3-minute span before half.
Gamache got the run started for the Rams, scoring off an assist from Foley to make it 4-1.
Foley would get one of her own two minutes later to make it 5-1.
Kristen Keenan scored the third goal of the run, 30 seconds later, off an assist from Foley to make it 6-1.
Gamache would add the final goal of the stretch just 10 seconds later. She added her third goal of the game off an assist from Nicole Pacheco to make it 7-1.
The Warriors would score one more goal before halftime to make it 7-2 heading into the break.
Framingham continued its good play in the second half, scoring the first four goals.
Audrey Duhaime got the scoring started just over a minute into the half, scoring unassisted to make it an 8-2 game.
Tess Destino scored just over a minute later off a McMahon feed to make it 9-2.
Foley scored her second goal of the game, off a pass from Gamache, 2 minutes later to make it 10-2.
Britney Herskowitz capped the 4-0 run with a goal to make it 11-2 with just 20 minutes left to play.
The Warriors scored to shrink to deficit to 11-3 off a Katlyn Molony goal.
Duhaime pushed the lead back to nine goals just a minute later, scoring on a free position shot to make it 12-3.
After a Warriors goal to make 12-4, Framingham scored again to make it 13-4. Foley added her third goal of the game to extend the lead.
Jennifer Buckley would score the final goal of the game for the Rams off a feed from Jacey Salvie.
The Rams went on to win the game by a score of 14-6.
Foley led the way for the Rams with three goals and three assists. Gamache was just behind her, also scoring three goals to go along with two assists. Duhaime added two goals on four shots for the Rams.
Indigo Fox Tree-McGrath made six saves in net for the Rams.
With the win, the Rams improve to 6-1 on the season.
Framingham hosted Emmanuel College on March 28, in a nonconference match.
Just 5 minutes into the game the Rams got the scoring started. Pacheco scored unassisted to make it a 1-0 game.
Five minutes later, the Rams would score another goal. This time is was McMahon scoring off a feed from Duhaime to make it 2-0.
Less than 30 seconds later, Foley added another goal for Framingham. She took a pass from Gamache and ripped a shot into the back of the net to make it 3-0.
Ashley Gregory would add another goal to the lead for the Rams 3 minutes later off a free position shot to make it 4-0.
Emmanuel would strike back 17 minutes into the game to make it 4-1, as Elizabeth Fortier scored unassisted.
Framingham would respond with back-to-back goals to extend the lead to 6-1. The first was Foley, who scored unassisted, followed by McMahon who scored on a free position shot.
Emmanuel would get one back as Kylie Rice scored on a free position shot to make it 6-2.
The Rams would close the half on a 4-0 run to take a 10-2 lead into the break.
Foley, Gregory and Gamache all scored unassisted and Pacheco scored off an assist from Gamache.
The second half was much of the same.
Framingham scored the first two goals of the half to extend the lead to 12-2.
Alissa Marino scored off a feed from Foley, and Pacheco scored off a feed from Gamache to push the lead to 10.
Emmanuel would score one more goal to make it 12-3, before Framingham finished the game with five unanswered goals to reach the final margin of 17-3.
Gregory started the run, scoring unassisted. Marino added another goal, taking an assist from Pacheco.
Gregory scored the next two goals, one off a feed from Maggie Destino and one off a feed from Jenna McMahon.
McMahon would then score the seventeenth-and-final goal of the game off an assist from Gregory to make it 17-3.
Gregory led the Rams with five goals and added an assist. Foley and Pacheco each had three goals for Framingham.
Fox Tree-McGrath made two saves in net before being replaced by Mikayla Seavey.
Seavey also made two saves for Framingham.
With the win, the Rams extend their winning streak to six games and improve to 7-1 on the season.