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Field Hockey’s season comes to an end as they fail to qualify for the conference tournament

By Liam Gambon

The Framingham State Rams traveled to face Fitchburg State on Thursday, Oct. 25. The Falcons defeated the Rams 3-2 in this matchup.

Framingham State got out to an early lead in the seventh minute as Meaghann Ackerman sent a shot to the back of the net off an assist from Bailey Donnelly.

The Rams struck again in the 30th minute with a goal from Julia Tetreault, to make the lead 2-0 before the second half.

The second half was all Fitchburg as they started their comeback in the 53rd minute with a goal from Aislinn DeHorsey to cut the lead in half.

Molly Richard tied the game at 2 just 12 seconds later with a goal of her own.

Richard scored again in the 63rd minute to seal the victory for the Falcons.

Grace Pushor took the loss in net for the Rams, as she saved six shots while allowing three goals.

The Rams faced off against Eastern Connecticut State next in the final game of the season.

The Warriors notched their first goal of the game in the 15th minute off a shot from Morgan Sanson.

Five minutes later, Sydney Collentine stretched the lead to 2-0 with a goal, assisted by Sanson.

In the 48th minute, the Warriors scored the third-and-final goal of the game as Lindsey McKeon sent a shot into the back of the net, assisted by Erin Sheehan.

Haley Duggan took the loss in net as she saved seven shots and allowed three goals.

The Rams end their season with a 3-14 record, missing out on the MASCAC tournament.



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