The Tufts University Women's Soccer team cruised to a 7-2 victory over the Suffolk University Rams in non-conference action on Monday afternoon at Somerville's Dilboy Stadium.
Senior Anya Kaufmann (Evergreen, Colo.) netted a hat trick in the first half after recording an assist on the Jumbos' first goal of the game, while freshman Jess Capone (Schenectady, N.Y.) added a goal and three assists to help Tufts improve to 7-5 on the season.
It would take Kaufmann just under eight minutes to record her hat trick as she scored the first of her three first half goals at the fourteen minute marker. Kaufmann's three tallies increase her team leading total to eight on the 2013 season.
Suffolk would finally get on the board in the sixty-first minute as senior Taylor Miranda (Smithtown, N.Y.) was led up field by fellow senior Gabrielle Balestrier (Mohnton, Pa.). Miranda's shot from five yards to the left side of the goal went in for her team-leading 10th strike of the season.
Prior to the game Suffolk honored their three senior members in their last regular season home contest of 2013. The trio has combined for 69 goals and 53 assists in their four seasons together.