The Framingham Women’s Soccer team had their Senior Day game against Salem State Oct. 26.
The Rams’ seniors included Stephanie Beaumont, Sam Beninati, Erin Angelillo, Annalyse Arnold, Caitlyn Our, and Kaleigh Pallotta.
Beaumont had the honor of being one of three captains on the team this season.
“I never would have thought that I’d be named captain of a college soccer team, but last year, when I was named captain, I was so excited,” Beaumont said. “I really enjoyed being a leader for my team and all of the younger girls. It’s definitely something I won’t forget.”
The game began with Salem State scoring in the third minute and again in the 35th.
Framingham responded in the 40th minute with a goal of their own off the foot of Jasmine Lees.
This stood for the Rams’ lone goal of the game, as Salem State potted four more to win 6-1.
Along with the other seniors, Beaumont played her last game at Maple Street Field on Senior Day.
“Playing in my senior game was bittersweet. I am going to miss playing soccer every day with my best friends,” Beaumont said. “Having friends from home and my family come to support me in my last home game was really awesome. It made me play harder for sure.”
As the season comes to an end, the Rams sit at 2-12-1.
“Although the season didn’t turn out how we expected it, I wouldn’t have wanted to end my college soccer career with anyone else,” Beaumont said. “I love my team and am extremely proud of what we have accomplished together.”