Beacons Defeat Rams 4-2

By UMass Boston athletics

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BOSTON – UMass Boston women’s soccer rallied from an early deficit, to earn a 4-2 win over Framingham State University Tuesday evening at James Cotter Field.

With the win UMass Boston’s Beacons are now 9-5-1 this season.

With the loss, Framingham State falls to 4-9 overall.

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • UMB Senior Jaclyn O’Grady scored twice and sophomore Lindsay Bouscaren  added a late goal to lead the Beacons to their fourth-straight non-conference victory.
  • The Beacons got off to a slow start and found themselves behind 1-0 just 9:12 into the contest.
  • O’Grady tied the game in the 34th minute and the Beacons took the lead less than two minutes later on a Framingham State own goal.
  • UMass Boston put the game away in the second half, as O’Grady and Bouscaren sandwiched goals around Framingham State’s lone second half tally.
  • The Rams jumped on the Beacon early, as they scored off of their first opportunity of the game. Hannah Kane (pictured) sent a corner kick into the box and Casey Good  headed it home while twisting her body away from goal.
  • UMass Boston began to slowly find their way into the game and tied the game at 33:45. Freshman Allie Crawford  led O’Grady in on goal and O’Grady flicked a shot over the goalie from 10-yards out.

  • The Beacons took their first lead of the game on their next corner kick. Bouscaren sent a corner to the top of the box where Crawford got a head on the ball and sent it towards net. The ball deflected off of multiple Rams defenders, before slowly bouncing over the goal line.
  • O’Grady pushed the Beacons lead to two at 53:01. Off of a Richards goal kick, O’Grady drove towards the top of the box, cut back and then sent a line drive goal into the top netting over the onrushing keeper.
  • Framingham State made the game interesting when they cut the game to 3-2 at 67:45. Elizabeth Paolucci dished a pass to Camryn O’Leary and O’Leary sent a high arching ball towards goal from 25-yards out that snuck below the crossbar.
  • UMass Boston put the game out of reach for good at 73:21. Freshman Grace Oliver  found Cal Pitts in space and then Pitts found a wide-open Bouscaren at the top of the box. With Brown forced to come out of her net, Bouscaren toe-poked a shot past the Rams goalie for a 4-2 lead.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

  • In net, freshman Caroline Richards  made eight saves on 10 shots to earn her second-consecutive win.
  • Framingham State’s Madison Brown  made four saves on eight shots to fall to 4-6 on the year.
  • Framingham State held a 21-16 edge in shots and 10-8 edge in shots on goal.
  • Rams defender Kaleigh Pallotta  made a goal line clearance in the 88th minute to keep the score 4-2.
  • The two teams each finished with four corner kicks.
  • Richards made a career-high eight saves on 10 shots. She has recorded 17 saves on 20 shots in her first three collegiate appearances.

The Rams return to action on Thursday October 18, when they travel to Becker College for a 4 p.m. game.

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Photo courtesy of Framingham State athletics

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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