By Amelia Foley
The Lady Rams faced a tough loss against Regis College on Sept. 1.
While both teams had strong shots on net during the first half, neither managed to >nd the back of the net before half time.
The teams entered the second half with a score of 0-0.
On the Pride’s fourth penalty shot, Hailee Forest assisted Laurie DeMars with a shot on net, making the score 1-0, Regis.
Just under five minutes later, the Lady Rams worked the ball down the field where Bailey Donelly assisted Sharon Sears with the Rams’ first goal of the game.
The score remained 1-1 until the last couple minutes of the game, when the Pride received a penalty corner.
With just over a minute left in the game, Regis scored one more goal, bringing the >nal score of the game to 2-1, Regis.
Framingham State ended the game with 24 shots and Regis with 11.
Framingham Goalie Rosemary Talbot made four saves total in the game.
Framingham State hosted the University of Maine at Farmington on Sept. 5, in a non-conference game.
LeeAnne Greenleaf scored the first of UMaine’s goals 29 minutes into the >rst half of the game.
In the second half, Greenleaf scored a second time in the 43rd minute, this time assisted by Sarita Crandall.
The final goal of the game was scored three minutes later by UMaine’s Emmah Spahr, for a third and final time. Framingham ended the game with five shots on net, while UMaine finished with 15.
UMaine held the advantage with 16 corner kicks while Framingham only had four.
Framingham goalie Rosemary Talbot stayed strong throughout the game with a total of 12 saves.
The Rams were slated to play Roger Williams on Thursday, but the game was postponed.