Field Hockey suffers two tough losses
By Liam Gambon
The Framingham State Rams took a 4-2 loss on Monday, Oct. 15, against New England College in an away match.
The Pilgrims got on the board first near the 14th minute with a goal from Brittany Tierney. Almost 13 minutes later, Tierney contributed again as she assisted on the Pilgrims’ second goal of the game that came off the stick of Sofia Castriotta.
The Rams notched a goal near the 40th minute with a score from Bailey Donelly, assisted by Julia Tetreault to make the game 2-1.
The Pilgrims pulled away from the Rams in the 52nd minute with another goal from Tierney.
In the 57th minute, Tetreault scored again to make the game a one-point event.
In the 66th minute, Taylor Daileanes sealed the win for the Pilgrims with a goal off an assist from Castriotta.
The Rams’ Haley Duggan took the loss in the cage as she allowed two goals on four shots before being replaced by Grace Pushor.
Framingham’s next game came against Lasell and ended in a 6-0 blowout loss for the Rams.
Within the first 25 minutes, the Lasers scored Eve goals to take an enormous early lead. Their sixth and final goal came in the 41st minute.
The Rams were heavily outshot 30-1 on the game. The Rams did not record a shot until the second half.
Duggan took another loss in net as she allowed Eve goals on 20 shots before being replaced by Pushor.
With the loss, the Rams drop to 2-11 on the season.