Women’s soccer drops MASCAC game to fall to 0-7

On Saturday, Sept. 22, Framingham State took on conference foe Bridgewater State in a MASCAC game.

In the 3rd minute of the match, the Rams jumped out to a 1-0 lead.

Erin Angelillo got her shot blocked but collected the rebound and fired it into the net to give the Rams a lead.

The Bears drew even in the 9th minute. Delaney Langton ripped a shot that a Rams’ defender blocked. The ball deflected off Emma Sanders’ knee and into the net to tie the game at 1.

Just under 2 minutes later, Bridgewater scored again to take the lead. Alana Vincent got in behind the Rams’ defense and fired a shot inside the left post to make it 2-1.

Vincent scored again in the 27th minute to put the Bears up 3-1. This time, she scored off a cross into the box from Amelia Clark. Vincent received the pass at the 18-yard box and beat the Rams’ goalie.

The Rams responded in the 41st minute to cut their deficit to one. Olivia Mihalek rifled a shot on net from around 30 yards out. The shot deflected off the cross bar and into the net to make it 3-2.

In the 62nd minute, the Bears extended their lead back to two goals. Sanders scored her second goal of the game on a penalty kick to make it 4-2, the eventual final score.

In the loss, Framingham was outshot 23-14.

The Rams were led by Angelillo on offense. She had a team-high four shots. Sanders led the way for the Bears with seven shots.

Bears’ goalie Kellie Souza made three saves in Bridgewater’s victory.

Madison Brown played a majority of the game in net for the Rams before giving way to Jennifer Stevens. Brown made four saves while Stevens made one.

With the loss, Framingham drops to 0-7 on the season.

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