By Richard Tranfaglia
The Rams won a thriller in overtime against Wheelock College on Oct. 12.
Caitlin Baril scored the opening goal for the Rams in the seventh minute of play when she gathered her own rebound in front of the net and put it home.
Katie Frade tied the game at one at the 22:17 mark on a penalty shot. The game remained the same going into halftime.
It was a back-and-forth second half as neither team could score, but the Rams had many opportunities. The Rams’ defense held up as they only allowed the Wildcats three shots in the second half.
The game went into overtime, when Bailey Donelly converted oJ the feed from Mycala Moody to win the game 2-1.
The Rams outshot the Wildcats 16-6. Baril led the Rams with five shots on goal and Frade led the Wildcats with four shots.
Haley Duggan made two saves, getting the win and Alicia Hubbard stopped 10 shots for Wheelock.
The Rams improve to 3-11 on the season.
The Rams dropped their game to Southern Maine on Oct. 14 by a score of 6-1.
Lindsay Jackson started the scoring early for the Huskies, getting the first goal just over two minutes into the contest.
Kaylee Leclerc made it a two-score game in the 10th minute of play.
Brooke Dugan extended the Huskies lead to three after collecting the rebound off her own shot and scored.
The Rams got on the board late in the first when Sydney Buono got the ball during a scrum in front of the Huskies net and managed to get it passed the goalie.
The second half was all Southern Maine, as they added three more scores from three different players.
Tayla Smedberg made it a 4-1 game about midway through the half.
Kerigan Demers and Olivia Brown scored back-to-back goals with just over 10 minutes to play in the game to reach the final margin.
The Huskies outshot the Rams 21-2. Brown led Southern Maine with four shots. Buono and Baril each had a shot for Framingham. Duggan made 12 saves in the loss and McKenzie Cormier made one save for the Huskies.
The Rams fall to 3-12 on the season and 1-9 in the LEC.