Field hockey falls to LEC foe Plymouth State


Erin Fitzmaurice/THE GATEPOST


By Amelia Foley


The Rams faced Plymouth State in a LEC game on Saturday Sept. 19.


Plymouth State dominated the majority of the game resulting in a 2-1 win over Framingham. Plymouth State scored first in the 23rd minute of the game.


Sophomore Tyler Pelletier made the assisting pass to junior Nicole Burgess who sent the ball past the Rams goalie and into the back of the net.


Both teams stayed scoreless for the remainder of the first half. Plymouth State came out strong again in the second half and scored first in the 66th minute of the game.


Sophomore Lily Davis took a shot on net, but it was defected by the goalpost and rebounded into the possession of junior Rosalie Edmonds.


Edmonds ripped a shot off the rebound and secured the Panther’s win.


With only a minute left in the game, Rams sophomore Amie Sousa got in contact with the back of the Panthers’ net, after a scramble in front of the goal.


The Rams, unfortunately, were unable to score again, and the game ended with a final score of 2-1 Plymouth State.


Overall, Rams goalie, senior Rosemary Talbot, made 12 saves. The Rams were outshot by the Panthers 23-5.


The Rams’ next matchup will be held on Saturday, Sept. 16, at Eastern Connecticut State.

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