Field Hockey loses on Senior Day
By Richard Tranfaglia
Framingham dropped its game against Nichols College by a score of 3-0 on Oct. 19.
Leundra Marsh scored the first goal of the game about midway through the first half after getting the feed from Erin Kelley and putting it home.
The game remained 1-0 going into the half.
Carlee Tolley extended the Bisons’ lead by two, scoring in the 38th minute.
Lizzy McKinnon added an insurance goal Bve minutes later to reach the final margin.
The Rams’ offense could not get anything going and were held to only three shots in the game.
The Bisons had 15 shots on goal. Tolley led with six shots on net. Brooke Misbach did not have to make any saves for Nichols and Haley Duggan made six stops in the loss.
The Rams move to 3-13 on the season.
The Rams lost to Western Connecticut State on Senior Day by a score of 4-2.
Before the game, the Rams honored their three seniors Domini Batista, Briana Spagna and Amie Souza.
The game got off to a quick start as three goals were scored in the first six minutes of play. Kimberly Brower got the first goal for the Colonials oN a one-time pass from Stephanie Clapp.
Bailey Donelly put the Rams on the board just over a minute later, converting on a pass from Sydney Buono.
Clapp responded two minutes later to give the Colonials a 2-1 lead.
Mycala Moody tied the game at two when she jammed in a loose ball in front of the net.
The game remained tied at two going into half.
Amanda Spano broke the tie in the 36th minute when she ripped a long strike from the right side.
Carly Matasavage scored unassisted just six minutes later to reach the final margin on the day.
The Colonials outshot the Rams 18-6. Spano led with six shots and Donelly led the Rams with two. Duggan made eight saves for Framingham and Elizabeth Fagan stopped four shots for Western Connecticut.
The Rams fall to 3-14 on the season and 1-10 in the LEC.