Women’s Soccer remains winless

The Rams faced off against the Becker Hawks on Sept. 10. The match ended in a tie after two extra time periods.

Framingham seemed to have control early in the game as Brooke Fenton nearly scored when she chipped a shot just over the crossbar after receiving a corner pass from Calen Frongillo.

The Hawks and the Rams were both able to score around the 40th minute

The Hawks’ goal came from Chelsea Sedar as she dribbled around the Rams’ keeper scoring an easy sitter for the first goal of the game.

The Rams answered almost immediately as Fenton scored thirty seconds later. The goal was from about 25 yards out and went right into the top left corner of the net.

The Rams and Hawks then proceeded to have a back-and-forth game which ended in a 1-1 tie, as neither team managed to score after the two extra time periods. 

However, the Rams gave their best defensive performance thus far this season.

The result was a 1-1 tie, as neither team managed to score after two extra time periods.

When Coach Kern was asked about her team’s performance, she said, “Today, I thought we played really well as a team. We worked really hard on off-ball movement and on-ball movement. I felt that it showed in today’s performance,”. 

Kern added, “We still have a lot to improve on in terms of working as a team, but also we have many injured players, who hopefully will recover soon and help rejuvenate the team’s overall mentality,”.

The Rams are now 0-3-1 on the season.