Women’s Soccer stays winless in MASCAC, falling to MCLA

By Camille McKenzie


The Rams traveled to North Adams for a MASCAC matchup against the MCLA Trailblazers.


This looked to be a good matchup for both teams, since neither had yet won a game within the MASCAC.


In the first half the Rams outshot the Trailblazers 18-1, but neither team was able to score any goals.


The score remained 0-0 going into the second half.


Seventy-five minutes into play, the Rams got their only goal of the game. Kaleigh Pallotta’s cross was deflected by a Trailblazer into the goal.


A minute later, the Trailblazers tied up the game. Lauren Magiardi assisted Kaylyn Holliday, who finished with a goal.


With less than eight minutes left in play, Kayla Baker made a huge play for the Trailblazers.


Unassisted, Baker earned her first goal of the season. This put MCLA up 2-1 to Framingham, which was the final score.


Overall, the Rams outshot the Trailblazers, 32-6, but MCLA took more advantage of their opportunities.


MCLA’s Meghan Richardson was active in goal, making 11 saves.


Framingham’s Jennifer Stevens made two saves out of only four shots on goal.


This loss for the Rams makes them 2-8-1 and 0-4 in the MASCAC.

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