By Gerell Boyce
The Framingham State Rams capped off Senior night with a 4-1 victory against the Fisher College Falcons, Oct. 26.
Framingham State Rams opened their night by honoring their seniors, Serina Broderick, twins
Ashley and Brooke Fenton, Calen Frongillo, Brianna Hyppolite, Olivia Renda, and Sam Walsh.
Both teams began the game aggressively, battling back and forth on the field. There were fouls committed by both sides.
Rams freshman Grayson Tellier had an opportunity to score, but the Falcons Olivia Leo
defended her team’s goal. The game remained scoreless at 39:44.
Shortly after, Rams Brooke Fenton tried to score but her shot was denied.
Both teams continued their fierce effort, but committed more fouls.
Framingham State marched down the field evading Fisher’s defense resulting in a Rams goal by sophomore Hailey Baker, assisted by sophomore Aurora Kilrain with 27:99 left in
the first half.
A few moments later, Rams Tellier looked for another chance to increase the lead. However
the shot would hit the crossbar.
Tellier was determined to score a goal. A couple minutes after her failed attempt, she attempted again only for the goal to be saved by Fisher’s Leo.
As the first half continued Framingham’s Frongillo got her chance to score, but missed and the shot hit the crossbar.
Soon after Rams Ashley Fenton got her turn to score but was denied by
Fisher’s Naomi Vivas got a chance to score, but the shot was wide.
As time wound down in the first half, Framingham’s goalie Jetta Oskirko got
involved in the action by saving goals from both Fisher’s Iliana Fernandez and Josie Mejia.
Both teams got more cracks at scoring but neither scored. This would keep
the score at 1-0 Rams entering the half.
The second half kicked off with Framingham coming out looking for chances to widen their margin.
There were shots on goals, but none was successful.
At the 55:39 mark, Falcons Kelly Wallace evened the score making it 1-1. With the score knotted, both teams looked to take a lead.
It wasn’t long after Rams Baker broke the tie when she scored her second goal of the
game with an assist from Alicia Tocman. At the 61:41 mark the Rams held the lead
Fisher continued to fight to even the score, but Framingham’s defense stood strong.
The Rams attacked and Brooke Fenton increased the margin by scoring a goal assisted by Frongillo. The score was now 3-1 with under 10 minutes left to go in the match.
Frongillo and Brooke Fenton continued to work in sync. Less than a minute later, Brooke Fenton assisted Frongillo on the Rams’ final goal of the match.
Framingham State Rams ended their senior night with a 4-1 victory over the Fisher Falcons.
Brooke Fenton said scoring on her senior night was the most memorable as she reminisced about her last home game.
She said, “I will miss being with my teammates pretty much every day ... and getting the experience playing at Maple Field in front of my family and friends.”
The Rams are now 4-11-1 overall and 3-3 in the conference. The Rams will close out the 2022 regular season on Oct. 29 when they travel to Fitchburg State for MASCAC action.