Field Hockey crushed by 1fth consecutive loss
By Richard Tranfaglia
The Rams dropped its game to Plymouth State by a score of 7-1 on Sept. 16.
The Panthers outshot the Rams 22-0 in the first half. Haley Wakefield scored two out of the first three goals of the game. Patty Newhard scored the in-between goal.
Keeley Bartolini scored at the 14:37 mark to put the Panthers up by four.
Late in the first half, Kaihley Rafferty and Katie Martin each scored a goal to make the score 6-0 going into intermission.
The Rams defense improved in the second half allowing one goal and six shots.
Lily Davis scored the Panthers seventh goal of the day.
Gina Bellevue got the Rams on the board with just under 10 minutes to play in the game.
The Panthers outshot the Rams 28-4. Wakefield led the Panthers with seven shots on net. Haley Duggan made 13 saves on the day for the Rams and Panther’s goalie Alivia Bates did not make any saves.
The Rams fall to 1-4 and 0-3 in the MASCAC.
Worcester State defeated Framingham 8-0 on Sept. 19.
The first half was a defensive battle. The Lancers had nine shots on net and the Rams had two. Alexa Bobbin scored the only goal of the half at the 26:52 mark.
The Lancers offense exploded in the second half, scoring seven goals and taking 16 shots on net.
Michalia Parent scored three consecutive goals to put the Lancers up 4-0.
Hayley D’Auteuil and Sammi Souke each scored four minutes apart midway through the half.
Hayley Sutherland scored unassisted with just under 10 minutes to play in the game.
Lindsay Ryan put the Anal nail in the co[n at the 66:48 mark on a redirected shot.
The Lancers outshot the Rams 25-5. Parent led with the hat trick and six shots on goal. Kathryn Salemme made two stops for Worcester. Duggan made eight saves in the loss.
The Rams move to 1-5 and 0-4 in the league.